Lil Durk releases his highly anticipated album called The Voice. Have you got it yet and what songs are you playing off this album?
Lil Durk supporters don’t have to wait any longer, with Durk releasing his album called “The Voice” just before 2020 came to end. The highly anticipated project is the rappers 6th studio album.
Durk’s album “The Voice” has features from the following artists, Lil Baby, Pooh Shiesty, Sydny August, King Von (RIP), 6Lack, Young Thug, Booka600 & YNW Melly. On the Deluxe album you will enjoy approximately 1.5 hours worth of media including music videos. On the stardand version, it’s 16 songs. The album includes his smash single called “Backdoor” as well as the club/radio hit “Back In Blood” with Pooh Shiesty. The album is definitely a must listen-to project, read the Editor note from Apple Music below for more.
” December 2020’s The Voice should have been a moment for Lil Durk. The album marked a tipping point for the once under-heralded Chicago MC, Durk finally getting his due after years of toiling in the margins and, of course, that “Laugh Now Cry Later” guest appearance. But the milestone was marred by the murder of close friend and OTF labelmate King Von. Five weeks after the release of the original, Durk delivered The Voice (Deluxe), a project that serves as both a tribute to his fallen comrade and a do-over for that arrival moment.
With the addition of 12 new songs (and a handful of music videos), The Voice (Deluxe) includes an entire album’s worth of new material. In step with any Durk project, it’s packed with quotables that could only have come from an artist like Durkio, someone who keeps it realer than most in the instances of courtship (“Every Freakin Day”: “Told her I can’t lack, but I’ll do it all for the pussy”), street life (“Switched Up”: “All my n***as went to jail, I had to fuck with different n***as”), or mental health (there’s a song called “Kanye Krazy”). Guests on the new set of songs include Lil Baby, Chicago singer Sydny August, and rising Memphis talent and increasingly frequent Durk collaborator Pooh Shiesty.”
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