Lil Durk - Signed To The Streets 2

Posted 2 years ago

Last October, Lil Durk delivered Signed To The Streets, a mixtape that properly showcased Chicago's drill music scene. Less than a year later, the Def Jam signee has returned, blessing fans with a sequel to the free mixtape.

Presented by DJ Drama and Don Cannon, Signed To The Streets 2 picks back up where its predecessor left off. None of the project's 18 tracks were previously-featured at The DJBooth, but many of Durk's collaborators, such as Cardo, French Montana and Young Chop, should be familiar to readers.

There is currently no set release date for the rapper's major label debut, Remember My Name, but with a steadying buzz beyond the Windy City it shouldn't be too much longer.

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