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Lil Durk Reveals Plan To Stop The Violence & Get The City Together



"I Ain't Speaking On The Dead No More None Of That" - Lil Durk Says

“I Ain’t Speaking On The Dead No More None Of That” – Lil Durk Says

In a new interview released yesterday, Chicago’s own, Lil Durk, spoke on how he wants to stop the violence.

He adds that the moral responsibility of his platform weighs heavier on his heart than ever before, as gun violence continues to afflict not only his generation of drill rappers, but Black youth in Chicago as a whole.

“I’m going to start by getting the city together,” he says, “to do my part to slow down the violence.”

He emphasizes his commitment to helping end gang violence: “That’s why l’m not saying names no more [in my music],” Durk adds. “I ain’t speaking on the dead no more none of that.”

“‘I’m not chasing death no more,” Durk says. “I’m chasing a billion dollars. I want our kids to grow up safe and sound, to be able to have fun, to have a real life.”

Durk garnered a cult following with the release of his Signed to the Streets mixtape series (2013–2014), leading to a record deal with Def Jam Recordings. The label would release his debut studio albums, Remember My Name (2015) and Lil Durk 2X (2016), before Durk departed Def Jam in 2018.

The Voice (2020) and his joint album with Lil Baby, The Voice of the Heroes (2021)—which became his first release to debut atop the Billboard 200. His 2022 release 7220 became his second consecutive number one album.


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