Lil Durk continues to keep his music heartfelt and consistent. Following last year’s Love Songs 4 The Streets 2, the OTF rapper returns with a new single titled “All Love,” which sees production from Young T and TouchofTrent. The track sees Durk paying homage to Chicago and his stomping grounds within:
“They tell me it’s all love, but I love all/
I’m CashApp-in’ a couple hundred whenever my brother call/
Sometimes I like to scan the ledge, feel like I’m above ‘em all/
It was a joke when he copped out, now he wanna jump the wall/
Them n***as always with some goofies, gettin’ jumped at malls/
I was tired of f***in’ hoes with one condom, I made the condom fall/
From stylin’ Denim jacket, that s*** turned to Gucci scarves/
I f***ed the whole world no matter who involved/”
Shot by CrownSoHeavy, Durk performs the heartfelt cut in various locations, including at a gas station, the studio, and next to his Lamborghini SUV. There’s also footage from the Chi-Town star performing on stage at Rolling Loud, receiving love from all of his fans.
Peaking within the top 5 of the Billboard 200, Love Songs 4 The Streets 2 boasted 16 tracks and features from Nicki Minaj, Meek Mill, 21 Savage, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, and King Von. He’s also contributed to many of his peers’ songs as well, providing features for Future, Roddy Ricch, Chance The Rapper, NAV and more. More recently, he jumped on Lil Uzi Vert’s “No Auto” and G Herbo’s “Party In Heaven.”
You can press play on “All Love” below, which is available on all major streaming platforms. In related news, Durk also took to social media to announce that he and super-producer Metro Boomin have a new project on the way…let’s hope that arrives soon.