Lil Durk recreates all of Kanye West’s most memorable moments in “Kanye Krazy” video
The track is taken from Lil Durk’s ‘The Voice (Deluxe).’
Just last night, Lil Durk unleashed the deluxe version of his The Voice album from last year. Directly following the momentum of the release comes his video for “Kanye Krazy,” a Cole Bennett-directed visual dedicated to recreating the Chicago legend’s most iconic moments throughout the years.
From his “Runaway” short film from the My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy era, to his shutter shades phase, to his infamous interview with Sway In The Morning, and his Taylor Swift-interrupting moment at the VMAs over a decade ago in 2009, Durk hit them all. The video reaches far back to the early days of Yeezy’s career, but also makes sure to hit the more recent references like his Sunday Service sessions and his “I Love It” video with Lil Pump. For his second verse, he kicks it of with one of ‘Ye’s most quoted lines:
You ain’t got thе answers, Sway. I be claimin’ I’m the realest like any other day. The feds got and went in the camera inside his Cartier./ Tryna not to bring up shit you did, you gotta concentrate. They don’t be thinkin’ bout handcuffs no more, they tryna kill me./ I won’t put my trust in you no more, you gotta feel me. Bringin’ all my K’s, I had to seal it. Kanye crazy but this the real me.
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 King Von. The project went on to land at No. 5 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 boost was able to propel the overall body of work to the No. 2 spot via an additional 43,000 album equivalent units sold.
Be sure to watch Lil Durk’s new “Kanye Krazy” music video directed by Cole Bennett down below.
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