While much of his music is centered on making it out the struggle and maneuvering through a dangerous life, Lil Durk is no stranger to making honest music about love — his straight to the point Love Songs 4 the Streets series can attest to that. Today, the Chicago star decides to tap into that subject matter for the beautifully melodic “Love You Too,” a hood ballad of sorts that features assistance from Cali songstress Kehlani. Produced by Park Hill and Dilla, the track sees the two keeping it real with their significant others in regards to sex, respect, wealth, and loyalty:
“When we fight, can’t let the world know, don’t tell the group chat or let your girls know, they be happy to see you down, they be happy to see you down/
And my heart cold, but you heat it up, get you to the crib, lick it, beat it up, real power couple winnin’, they can’t compete with us, can’t no one fuck this up, ‘cause this too deep with us.../”
Lil Durk’s sixth studio album, The Voice, was released just before Christmas and boasted 16 tracks with additional appearances from Booka600, YNW Melly, 6LACK, Young Thug, and late OTF rapper King Von. The album eventually peaked at the number two spot on the Billboard chart, remaining within the top five after a month thanks to 179,000 album equivalent units sold. Last month, Durk then released a deluxe version of The Voice, adding on an additional 12 cuts. A year or so before The Voice, the second installment of the aforementioned series — titled Love Songs 4 The Streets 2 — made landfall and also earned Lil Durk a top five achievement thanks to 44,000 album equivalent units sold during its first week of release.