Lil Durk is “The Voice” in his new visual
Durkio further cements his legacy with his latest effort.
Lil Durk has been on the forefront of Chicago’s music scene for some time now. With projects like Life Ain’t No Joke, Signed To The Streets, and Remember My Name intact with a multitude of bangers that speak for themselves, Durkio has played a pivotal role in Chicago’s impact on the music industry as a whole. While still floating high off the release of his collab record “Laugh Now Cry Later” with Drake, Durk is even deeper in his bag as the single currently holds the number 3 spot on Billboard’s Hot 100 Chart. Today, he keeps the momentum on his side by dropping off his highly anticipated single “The Voice.”
Recently, Hip Hop’s biggest troll (who shall remain nameless around these parts) made another visit to Chicago in a clear attempt to get under Durk’s skin along with fellow artists Lil Reese and King Von with his foreseen antics. Come to find out, a couple of days after the troll’s departure, Durkio revealed that the troll’s camp reached out to his camp — offering $3 million to engage in the foolishness on the internet. As expected, Lil Durk immediately declined the offer, reminding everyone that he’ll never turn his back on the streets in a Instagram live video:
“Fuckin rat. You can’t compete with a fuckin rat on street shit. Stop responding to that clown ass nigga. I’m the voice of the streets right? Whatever I say fuckin goes right? I can say this, I can say that and it’s stamped. I got the streets. I got the youth. I got the trenches — That shit dead — I’m the voice. That money shit ain’t gon change a muhfucka. So I ain’t gon ever respond to this nigga ever again right. Say what you want, do what you want. You can’t fuckin troll me bitch I’m the streets.”
With “The Voice” in heavy rotation now, the Chicago rapper is now leading the scoreboard and he doesn’t seem to be slowing down any time soon. Stream Durk’s latest single — along with a flashy visual to match — below and tweet us your thoughts.
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