Lil Durk Talks New Album, Ending Beef With Chief Keef, And Ending The Violence In Chicago
22-year old Chicago native and drill music representer Lil Durk visits The Breakfast Club to discuss his recently released debut album “Remember My Name” via Def Jam. In the conversation, he spoke on a multitude of topics ranging from his current relationship with French Montana, whom he was once signed to, staying sober, and having his father go to prison when he was 7 months old. Durk shows us a different side when he spoke on ending his feud with fellow Chi-town drill MC Chief Keef, stating that the two shared a three hour long conversation via FaceTime which quelled their differences. Durk also speaks on his son, whom inspired him to take music more seriously, time in jail, and his hopes to help put an end to the violence that plagues his city.
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