Lil Durk returns with a visual for “Bang Bros” from his Signed to the Streets mixtape. And no, the doesn’t carry the meaning that you think.

When he’s not busy getting arrested by the cops and telling them he’s a gangster, Lil Reese is still a rapper. The Chicago product drops a video for “Wassup,” featuring his GBE brethren Fredo Santana and Lil Durk.

Chicago rappers stay getting arrested. Chief Keef affiliate Lil Durk was arrested yesterday (June 5) with a .40-caliber handgun in the Englewood section of violence plagued city. Not a good look or a convicted felon.

Lil Durk and Wiz Khalifa drop a new record called, you guessed it, “Molly Girl.” That’s right, another song about the purest form of ecstasy. 

Chief Keef sticks with the formula that’s given him his current success on a new release, titled “Gotta Sack.” Hey, if it isn’t broke, then don’t fix it, right? Fellow Chicagoan, Lil Durk contributes a verse over the knocking Young Chop-produced track.

King L’s latest visual off of his mixtape, Showtime, is “I Want It All” featuring fellow Chicago MC, Lil Durk. 

As Meek Mill gets ready to drop his new record, Dreams And Nightmares, he hops on the remix of this buzzing track “Right Here.”

Lil Durk out of Chief Keef‘s GBE crew in Chicago drops his highly anticipated mixtape, Life Aint No Joke hosted by DJ Moondawg, DJ Pharris, and DJ Victoriouz. The Def Jam signee recruits and impressive amount of help on his new tape, ranging from French Montana, Soulja Boy, and Yo Gotti.