Photo: Video screenshot/CrownSoHeavy
  /  12.31.2020


Just before Christmas, Lil Durk graced the world with his latest project The Voice, which boasts 16 cuts and additional appearances from 6LACK, Young Thug, Booka600, and late rapper King Von, who Durk pays tribute to both on the project’s artwork and throughout the release. This week, he drops off a new visual for “Coming Clean,” which sees production from Metro Boomin, Topp, Morgan O’Connor, and Williskeating and sounds like something perfect for Durk’s Love Songs 4 the Streets series:

“Drug sex, I ain’t even had water, I ain’t pop it yet, drug sex, she callin’ me daddy, I ain’t her father yet, drug sex, rich sex, puttin’ diamonds on her new Patek, cross-check, goin’ in the stores, I don’t even notice that/

Bougie, took down my number, you ain’t even call me yet, Durkio, I ain’t even gon’ cap, my rich hoes call me that, side bitches, I ain’t even gon’ cap, I buy ‘em all new baguettes…/”

Directed by CrownSoHeavy, Lil Durk spends the video roaming around a lavish condo full of half naked women during various activities — one part of the residence shows women cooking, drinking, and counting money, while more adult situations take place in the bedroom and adjacent bathroom.

The Voice follows Durk’s May release Just Cause Y’all Waited 2, which originally contained 15 tracks and assists from Lil Baby, Polo G, Gunna, and G Herbo. That project proved to be successful, landing at the number five spot on the Billboard 200 thanks to 57,000 album equivalent units sold during its first week of release. The following month, Durk then liberated a deluxe version of Just Cause Y’all Waited 2 with seven additional cuts — that release pushed the overall body of work to the number two spot via an additional 43,000 album equivalent units sold.

Press play on “Coming Clean” below.

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