Listen to Lil Durk and G Herbo On “Chiraq Demons”

Lil Durk and G Herbo On

The Two Chicago Icons Trade Bars As They Stalk The Streets in Their Breathless New Collaboration

One of the game’s most respected and influential young emcees, Lil Durk is on a mission to make 2020 the year of “No Auto.” Teaming up with fellow Chicago superstar G Herbo, Lil Durk shares Chiraq Demons,” a brand new single. Produced by Deezy, who lends quietly arpeggiating keys and thumping 808s, “Chiraq Demons” finds both emcees wilding out, warning the opps of an upcoming rough summer. “Chiraq Demons” is Durk’s latest single in “No Auto Durk” mode, in which he drops melody in favor of snarling, high-intensity rhymes. Durk and Herbo recently connected for “Party In Heaven,” from Herbo’s PTSD album. They also worked together on Riot,” a song from Durk’s recent Family Over Everything album, an effort by Durk and his Only The Family label signees.

“Got my dawg out for one ninety and I dropped him off a K (Man what?)/Called Johnny, no veneers, I need like ninety in the face (Man what?)/The one that died, he had like ninety to his face (Man what?)/I can’t talk ’bout how he died ’cause they gon’ build another case (Build another case).”

No Auto Durk Is On Its Way

Earlier this year, Durk announced that he was finishing up his long-anticipated No Auto Durk project. Launched with a billboard in Chicago during All-Star Weekend, the new project provides a gift for fans who clamored for a project with less singing and more rhyming. His 2018 single “No Auto Durk” has more than 44 million views on YouTube. Executive produced by Metro Boomin, No Auto Durk arrives later in 2020 via Alamo Records.

After the success of his 2019 album Love Songs 4 The Streets 2, which debuted in the Top 5 of the Billboard 200, Durk enters 2020 on a mission. He’s ready to set the world on fire and prove his range as an artist and emcee. A major influence on the next generation of star rappers, Durk recently collaborated with Polo G for his Career Day” single. He also appeared on Moonwalkin“, a highlight on Roddy Ricch‘s blockbuster album Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial. More recently, Durk connected with Lil Uzi Vert for “No Auto“, a cut from the deluxe edition of Eternal Atake. He hopped on “Havin’ My Way,” the recent single by Lil Skies.

Listen to “Chiraq Demons” ft. G Herbo HERE

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