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Rap’s innovative and early adopting listeners became privy to Minneapolis’ own Allan Kingdom’s music during his successful 2014 campaign. Then came “All Day,” the monstrous Kanye West single that doubled as the newcomer’s coming out party.


“1500” is the golden number for Boosie Badazz on a new track featuring Atlanta’s Rich Homie Quan and PeeWee Longway.

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Closing out the week, Hip-Hop Wired packages videos from Lil Durk, Waka Flocka Flame, and more into today’s Daily Visuals.

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Following an arrest for gun possession, Chicago’s own Lil Durk candidly speaks about the situation on his new track “Big Ol’ Ni**a.”

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Fellow Chi-Town spitter Lil Jay accused Lil Durk of being a snitch after being released from jail on bond. In a video clip (below), Jay alleges Durk worked with police and warns viewers to be cautious of the rapper.

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Atlanta’s own Cash Out repackages “Juice” from his Let’s Get It into a proper singe, which now features Lil Durk.

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If you love rap videos that don’t masquerade as softcore porn, then the latest edition of The Wrap Up: Hip-Hop Wired’s Top 10 Videos Of The Week is just for you.

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Success and the money that comes with it can complicate things. Lil Durk rhymes from that space on his Signed To The Streets 2 mixtape track “Ain’t Did Sh*t,” which receives a visual treatment.


Durk “Lil Durk” Banks was facing up to five years behind bars following last year’s incident where Chicago police saw him put away a loaded handgun inside a car parked in Englewood.

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Lil Durk returns with some content to support his Signed To The Streets 2 mixtape, which has been circulating the Internets for roughly a month now. With fellow Coke Boy, French Montana, playing the wingman, the young rapper offers up a visual for “Fly High.”

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The wait if finally over. Coke Boys rapper and Chicago native Lil Durk has returned with his Signed To The Streets 2 mixtape.

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Lil Durk was expected impact Hip-Hop in a major way long before he was crowned a XXL Freshman. As fans await the rapper’s Signed to the Streets 2 mixtape, he debuts a new song from the project called “I Go” for their listening pleasure.