16 Songs, 47 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Arguably the most enduring artist to come out of Chicago’s drill scene, Lil Durk has spent close to a decade in the game. His perseverance matched only by inherent talent, he continues to consistently deliver the hardened yet palatable anthems that keep him respected and beloved nationally even as former peers have come, gone, and come again. A mix of smooth jams and thug anthems, Love Songs 4 The Streets 2 covers all his bases. As has been the case since the “Dis Ain’t What You Want” days, Auto-Tune often cushions his unrepentant bars, exemplified by tracks like “Locked Up” and the hedonistic Nicki Minaj feature “Extravagant.” Stripped of any such padding, “Die Slow” finds a raw-throated Durk in revenge mode.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Arguably the most enduring artist to come out of Chicago’s drill scene, Lil Durk has spent close to a decade in the game. His perseverance matched only by inherent talent, he continues to consistently deliver the hardened yet palatable anthems that keep him respected and beloved nationally even as former peers have come, gone, and come again. A mix of smooth jams and thug anthems, Love Songs 4 The Streets 2 covers all his bases. As has been the case since the “Dis Ain’t What You Want” days, Auto-Tune often cushions his unrepentant bars, exemplified by tracks like “Locked Up” and the hedonistic Nicki Minaj feature “Extravagant.” Stripped of any such padding, “Die Slow” finds a raw-throated Durk in revenge mode.

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