Lil Durk seems to be feeling on top. The Chicago rapper, who has just released his new album 7220, visited the “Million Dollaz Worth of Game” podcast, where he made a bold statement.
During the interview, the Chicago rapper reflected on his journey since his last speeches, where he said he wanted to be “Bigger than Drake,” but said he wasn’t quite in that position yet. However, he has come a long way since then. To us, in this, we’re bigger than [Drake], you know what I’m saying? Durk proudly said it when asked if he had achieved his goal.
Bigger than Drake? @lildurk is ready to put himself on that level.
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“We touch people a lot,” he explained. “Drake’s at a rate where it’s like, he can stay in the fu**ing house if he want to. But nah, shout out to him. He touched the youth.”
He also acknowledged his “Laugh Now Cry Later” collaborator for elevating his star. “That’s one thing about him. He touched us and got us hotter than what the fk we was, but a lot of people can’t say that,” he added. “A lot of these mothafuas don’t even know him, but a lot of people he talk to don’t me know. Like, that’s just what it is.”
On Friday, Durk released 7220 featuring Future, Summer Walker, Gunna and Morgan Wallen.
Watch the full “Million Dollaz Worth of Game” interview below.
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Stream Lil Durk ‘s New Album
Lil Durk is back. As we’ve already informed you, Lil Durk is returning to where it all began on his new album 7220. Originally scheduled to arrive on the same day as Kanye West‘s DONDA on 2/22/22, the project reached streaming services on Friday.
Durk, who reached number 14 in the Hot 100 alongside Morgan Wallen. In addition to the single “Broadway Girls,” the 17-track set includes appearances from Future, Summer Walker and Gunna, who joined Durk in virgil Abloh-inspired “What Happened to Virgil.” Earlier today, Durk left a video for “Golden Boy.”