Lil Durk Calls Himself Chicago’s JAY-Z

Chicago rapper Lil Durk is giving himself the ultimate title. The Midwest rap star went onto social media to let followers know he’s putting respect on his name as the JAY-Z of Chi-town.

Lil Durk Crowns Himself As Chicago’s JAY-Z

Durkio took to Instagram with a simple message. He recreated a picture of Hov clutching a literal armful of bottles and made his message clear in the caption that he was the Chicago version of JAY-Z.

Durkio I’m the chicago jay Z ?

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Lil Durk, Future + Mulatto Hop On “Go Crazy (Remix)”

Hip-hop and R&B fans can rejoice a little. Lil Durk, Mulatto and Future recently upped their feature game as well linked up for a remix of Young Thug and Chris Brown‘s “Go Crazy” anthem. The triad of artists hopped on Chris and Thug’s “Go Crazy” remix. The song was originally released on their 2020 collaboration album Slime & B, which had 13 tracks and a whole plethora of other dope features.

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Lil Wayne Loves Lil Durk’s ‘Kanye Krazy’ Video

Grammy-winning rapper Lil Wayne recently showed Lil Durk big love. The hip-hop superstar recently lit up social media with a major co-sign for his newly released “Kanye Krazy” music video. Weezy F. Baby went to Instagram with a rare salute to the Chicago rap artist. Wayne shared a snapshot of one scene showing Durk surrounded by vixen and called it nothing short than a masterpiece.

“Hardest shot ever!”

It didn’t take long before Durk and other hip-hop artists reacted to the big shout-out.

“Goat ?” -Lil Durk

“You live a life” -Fat Joe

Lil Durk’s ‘Kanye Krazy’ Music Video Is Must-See

A few weeks ago, Durk blew fans away with his “Kanye Krazy” music video premiere. The visual celebrates some of rap star Kanye West‘s most memorable – and cringe – career moments.

Rappers love to name-check famous figures, but Lil Durk really commits to the bit on his latest. The Chicago rapper doesn’t have much to say about Kanye West on “Kanye Krazy” — he saves all his references for the music video, a trip through West’s most iconic moments. Durk takes on music videos from the artful “Runaway” to the silly “I Love It” to the horny “Bound 2”; he also references moments like West’s wild interview with Sway Calloway (“You ain’t got the answers, Sway,” Durk raps) and his infamous crash of Taylor Swift’s speech at the 2009 VMAs.