Lil Durk drops off deluxe version of ‘Just Cause Y’all Waited 2’
Durkio continues his hot streak with this one
At this point in time, it’s inevitable. We get the album then two to three weeks later, we get the deluxe version of that album. This has been the case for a while now, and some artists even admitted that this tactic is proven to boost the numbers for the original album. While this may be true, getting the deluxe versions of albums is always a great thing because that only means one thing — NEW MUSIC. This is certainly one thing that no one (in their right mind, at least) would be opposed to. Lil Durk capitalizes on the success of his latest album Just Cause Y’all Waited 2 by releasing the deluxe version, and it’s nothing short of heat!
Durk stated that he’d be saving the streets again via his announcement — and he did nothing short of it. Since he first stepped on the scene in 2011, the Chicago rapper has been one of the stand-out voices for the streets and anyone would be silly to think he’s ever going to stop speaking for them. From top to bottom, Just Cause Y’all Waited 2 deluxe is loaded with infectious bars, beats and melodies for the streets.
While JCY2 serves as a prelude to the highly anticipated joint project with the great Metro Boomin, the deluxe version is one step closer to victory! In a sit down with Forbes, Durkio discussed why he felt that it was important to drop an album in the middle of the COVID pandemic:
“My next project was going to be with Metro Boomin. We can’t really move forward because everybody’s in the house or social distancing. I’ve already got the music. The title is based off everybody waiting on Metro—Just Cause Y’all Waited 2. I think it’s just the best time, because people are all ears.”
If JCY2 didn’t satisfy you well enough, the deluxe version should do the job! Lend your ears below and drop your favorite records in the comment section.
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