Last night, Polo G finally unleashed his highly anticipated Hall of Fame project. Without missing a beat, he stretches the momentum by quickly unleashing the official music video for “No Return.” On the track, Polo G recruits Australian rapper and singer The Kid LAROI as well as fellow Chicagoan Lil Durk to speak about becoming accustomed to a better lifestyle:

I’m really him, put that on five, fuck what you heard/ Got three fifties, that’s one-fifty, ain’t no limit, I fuck with Herb/ Lil’ kids turned grown men, we come from cribs dysfunctional

Gotta learn how to play your own hand, don’t never get too comfortable/ That’s lil’ shit, he can think he hot ‘til them real killers come and humble you, all day, tell ‘em spin the block ‘til your best friend layin’ under you/ Know ‘bout late nights and that hunger

Hall of Fame follows last year’s THE GOAT, a 16-track offering that boasted top quality cuts like “Heartless” with Mustard, “Go Stupid” with Stunna 4 Vegas, NLE Choppa, and Mike Will Made It, “DND,” “Wishing for a Hero” with BJ The Chicago Kid, and “Martin & Gina.” The GOAT is also Polo G’s best to date, landing at the number two spot on the Billboard 200 thanks to 99,000 first week album equivalent units sold. That project has also since earned Polo a Gold certification.

In regards to what Durk has been up to, he just recently shared his collab project The Voice of the Heroes with Lil Baby. This year also saw Durk connecting with his Only The Family collective for Loyal Bros, a compilation that also featured contributions from Lil Uzi Vert, Tee Grizzley, BIG30, Foogiano, and more. The Kid LAROI dropped his deluxe version of F**k Love (Savage) back in November.

Be sure to press play on Polo G’s brand new video for “No Return” down below.