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Granny Crib – Lil Durk
Listen to the official audio by Lil Durk.
Granny Crib – Lil Durk | New Music
The new song Granny Crib is from Durk’s 2018 album.
Furthermore, Lil Durk is a drill rapper from Englewood, Chicago, who is most known for his involvement in the Chicago drill explosion that took the music world by storm in 2010.
Listen to the new song from the “Just Cause Y’all Waited mixtape.”
Additionally, Durk reminisces his time growing up int the violent streets of South Side, Chicago.
- Public Housing
- Just Flow
- When I Was Little
- How I Know (Ft. Lil Baby)
- Granny Crib
- 1 (773) Vulture Lyrics
- Breather (Ft. PARTYNEXTDOOR & Ty Dolla $ign)
- Home Body (Ft. Gunna & TK Kravitz)
- Durkio Krazy
- Cross Roads
- My Bruddas
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Lil Durk – A Body – This latest joint by Lil Durk was released right after his hit song “Crossroads.” Durk’s song “A Body” illustrates his street roots.
Lil Durk – A Body | 2018 Drill Music
Lil Durk has seen it all in Chicago
Growing up in the rough streets of Englewood, Durk’s father was a big-time drug dealer and gang member. Lil Durk was raised by his mother, and friends that would become his family.
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Lil Durk – Crossroads | Crossroads is an homage to the original Bone Thugz-N-Harmony song, also called “Crossroads.”
Crossroads – Lil Durk
Lil Durk’s friends who’ve passed away
- Fredo Santana
Crossroads pays homage to Bone Thugs-N-Harmony
Lil Durk’s new track, Crossroads, pays homage to the famous track from Bone Thugs-N-Harmony.
Lil Durk Mourns the loss of Fredo Santana
Fredo Santana, fellow Black Disciple and friend, died from a codeine-induced overdose earlier this year. The Savage Squad Records CEO was hospitalized for kidney and liver failure.
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Lil Durk “1-773 Vulture” | Official Music Video
Watch the new music video titled, “1-773 Vulture” by Lil Durk. The new video is a World Star Exclusive Video, earning over a million views to date.
Watch the official music video for “1-773 Vulture” by Lil Durk
Lil Durk continues to gain fame, entering into stardum as a drill rapper from Chicago, and CEO of his own recording label OTF.
FBG Cash ft. Wooski
Wooski of FBG
Wooski is a known enforcer and dangerous gang member, who recently beat a murder charge in 2017.-
Memo 600 is a black disciples, rivals of the gangster disciples.
— KINGOPP WOOSKI (@Wooski_) January 2, 2018
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Lil Jay – Return of Carlito – Listen the the new mixtape “Return of Carlito.”
Lil Jay – Return of Carlito
King Lil Jay, known as the “Chiraq Wolverine” by DJ Akademiks, drops “Return of Carlito.”
Big Recklezz – New Mixtape
Rico Recklezz Drops New Mixtape, ‘BIG RECKLEZZ.’
Rico Recklezz’s Big Recklezz Mixtape
- “My Money”
- “Pay Her”
- “The Safe“
- Twerkin & Lurkin”
- “Walkin Wit Da Devil”
- “Bankroll & Bigbooty Bitches”
- “Sneak Dissin”
- “Jail Thoughts”
- “Rain” Featuring C-Row
G Herbo Discusses Debut Album ‘Humble Beast,’ on Vibe
G Herbo’s lucid exploits about his East Side neighborhood come from a place of frustration with living in the abyss of poverty. His honest aggressiveness is the result of shootouts, gang violence and the murders of foes as well as Herbo’s close friends such as Fazo and Kobe. In fact, the Chi-city rapper dedicated two mixtapes to his deceased brothers with Welcome to Fazoland and Ballin’ Like I’m Kobe, respectively.
After releasing a host of projects since stepping in the game back in 2014, the rapper born Herbert Randall Wright has managed to gain a solid core following by continuing to tell important yet harrowing stories that many black youths can relate to. His growth is evident.
Despite his removal from his 150 Rock Block (due to his success as a rapper), Herbo is able to rap about street issues without recycling the same tired stories. Not an easy feat.
With his debut album, Humble Beast, a few days away, G Herbo sat with VIBE to discuss his new project, his study of the culture, the late Tupac, risking his life in the streets and missing studio sessions during the recording of his freshman mixtape, Welcome to Fazoland.
“The reason I say it’s my favorite [Welcome to Fazoland] is because it came out so good, and I ain’t even give a f**k about rap when I made that sh*t,” Herbo says. “I ain’t even care. I cared about rap, I wanted to rap, but I was in the streets. I was missing studio sessions, missing everything, high off drink, risking my life every day while I’m recording this sh*t. My homies getting killed, I’m coming to the studio the next day recording songs.”
G Herbo Speaks On Street Culture
During the second part of our interview, the 22-year-old shared his opinions of the different types of street guys one may encounter, and wanting to leave his fans with something of substance when he meets them.
“When people see me, I want to leave them with something. I’ve been out here in New York on some late-night sh*t at three, four in the morning in Times Square, talking to people for 40 minutes because they asking me questions,” Herbo says.