By Jack Barnes
One of the most prolific artists in the game, Lil Durk is sharing “No Fear” after releasing Signed To The Streets 2.5 last Thursday. Directed by Bama Boy Buck of Datari Turner Productions, the menacing black-and-white visual has Lil Durk sending warning shots to anybody trying to play him. “No Fear” is off STTS 2.5, which was Durk’s birthday present to himself and his fans, with features from Moneybagg Yo and YFN Lucci. Signed To The Streets 2.5 features a matured Lil Durk, as he grapples with loss, legal issues, and being a role model to his three kids. STTS 2.5 also finds Durk embracing the sounds of his adopted hometown of Atlanta, blending his signature Chicago drill style with ATL production. Enjoy this video stream below after the jump.
Since his 24th birthday last October, Durk moved out of Chicago and bought a house in Atlanta, released three projects, and saw his hit single “My Beyoncé,” featuring Dej Loaf, attain Gold certification from the RIAA. This summer, Durk teamed up with fellow Drill movement rapper Lil Reese for Supa Vultures EP, a six-track collaborative project. Distributed by EMPIRE, Supa Vultures EP features the hit single “Distance,” recently featured in Complex’s Bout To Blow column, which has earned nearly 3 million views on YouTube since August. The OTF spitter also made appearances on Young Thug’s EBBTG, Trae Tha Truth‘s Tha Truth 3, and Ralo x Gucci Mane‘s Ralo LaFlare. Durk‘s February project Love Songs For the Streets featured YFN Lucci and Young Thug, as the 24-year-old honed a matured sound. Last month, Durk collaborated with ATL mainstays Future and Jeezy for the Southside-produced “Goofy,
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Previously: Lil Durk Gives a Tour of his New Crib