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.”
7220, which follows 2020’s The Voice, is the address of Durk’s grandmother’s house, where he lived with 15 of his family members, including his late brother DThang. “7220 my granny address I grew up in that house that made me the realist,” said Durk.
The Chicago rapper will perform new music live on his “7220 Tour,” which kicks off April 8 in Phoenix and wraps May 2 in Durk’s hometown.
Lil Durk Disses Nba YoungBoy On New Song ‘AHHH HA’
Lil Durk reignes in feud with YoungBoy Never Broke Again On Monday night, Durk released his new single “AHHH HA“, which includes some lyrics for YoungBoy, from his upcoming album 7220. You know, rap music rivals have been in a fight for the last few months.
“They’ve been really behaving like this since my Brodie died (Von) / You just got out of the Feds, you bring up murders with your police ass,” durk says, a possible reference to the NBA YoungBoy who was released from prison in October.
According to HotNewHipHop, “AHHH HA” also includes a shot at YoungBoy‘s ex-girlfriend Jania Meshell, who is romantically linked to King Von. “I told Von to leave that bitch alone, she wrote to OnlyFans,” Durk adds. Durk’s new album 7220 was expected to be released today, the same day as Kanye West’s DONDA 2, but was postponed until March 11. The 17-track set is available for pre-order and includes the single “Broadway Girls” with Morgan Wallen.