Lil Durk is fed up with the fake love, hugs and “wassups” that accompany being a part of the rap game, and he’s quick to separate himself from fraudulent peers on his new track “Industry.”
Durk proclaims “I’m in these streets, you industry,” over riot-inspiring production by Nito Beats, continuing his rant against phony rappers throughout the record.
Stream “Industry” below in Wired Tracks, where you can also check out WatchTheDuck’s new Pharrell-produced heater “Stretch 2-3-4,” Certified Fresh alum Jazz Cartier‘s “I Know,” and more.
Jazz Cartier – “I Know”
WatchTheDuck ft. Pharrell – “Stretch 2-3-4”
Tech N9ne ft. MURS & Ubiquitous – “Blunt And A Ho”
Styles P – “GhostDance”
Rich The Kid ft. Playboi Carti & Kodak Black – “Plug”
Rich The Kid ft. Freddie Gibbs – “No More”
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