Lil Durk – “7220” (Deluxe Album)

When Lil Durk dropped the first iteration of 7220 in March 2022, the album played as a victory lap of sorts. Over the course of some 10 years, Durk had gone from a promising young talent within Chicago’s drill music scene to one of contemporary hip-hop’s most beloved MCs, someone who’d miraculously grown his fanbase with every mixtape, album, and even guest verse. 7220 was the most anticipated release of his career, and he rewarded fans new and old with some of his most personal raps to date.

“7220, that’s where I went through it,” Durk says on the album’s “Headtaps.” “Like my first life experience, know what I mean?” 7220 is named for the address of his beloved grandmother’s home. Within it, Durk talks about the time he wished he could watch cartoons with his children when he was locked up and how news of a cousin’s passing once sent him into a state of disbelief. He mentions the real-life home invasion he suffered on “Shootout @ My Crib” and lives out a revenge fantasy for friend and collaborator King Von on “AHHH HA.” With the deluxe version, though, Durk’s moved away from the highly specific stories of the original and into another zone with which he’s intimately familiar: lifestyle music.

7220 (Deluxe) boasts 13 new tracks, and within them are even more insights into how Durk is living. And just like the rest of us, his life is full of contradictions. He’ll confess that being rich and famous isn’t all it’s cracked up to be on “So What,” but he’s hyper-aware of the differences between himself and his haters on “Huuuh.” He hangs around bad hombres on “Burglars & Murderers,” but he’s broken up about the holes street violence has left in his life on “Hearing Sirens.” He’s brutally honest about what lovers can and cannot expect from him on “IYKYK,” but his heart bleeds for young women in the struggle on “Selling Lashes.” It wouldn’t have taken this latest edition of 7220 for most fans to know that Lil Durk contains multitudes, but with it he’s done something not even diehards could have foreseen. He’s revealed even more about the most famous person to have called Chicago’s 7220 S. Halsted home. – Apple Music

Lil Reese – “He Say, She Say”

Chicago artist Lil Reese reeases his official music video for his single entitled “He Say, She Say”.

Lil Reese – “Supa Savage 3” (Album)

Chicago artist Lil Reese releases his third installment in his “Supa Savage” album series. “Supa Savage 3” includes his singles entitled “Come Outside” and “Show Us Some” featuring Memphis, Tennessee and Paper Route Empire CEO Young Dolph. The album also includes records with Chief Keef on “Mooliani” and Bwuan Bans on “Flash”.

Lil Reese F/ Young Dolph – “Show Us Some”

Chicago artist Lil Reese releases his new single entitled “Show Us Some” featuring Memphis, Tennessee artist and Paper Route Empire CEO Young Dolph.

Lil Reese & Bwuan Bans – “Flash”

Chicago artist Lil Reese links up with Watts, California artist Bwuan Bans to releases their official music video for their joint record entitled “Flash” shot by Voice2Hard Music & Film Productions via WorldStarHipHop.

Lil Reese – “Lamron 2” EP

Chicago artist Lil Reese releases his second installment in his “Lamron” EP series. “Lamron 2” is a five track EP lead by his single entitled “Trip”. The only features come from JL300 on “Can’t Put My Pipe Down” and Meechie Columbia on “Projects”.

Lil Reese – “Lamron Vol. 1” EP

Chicago artist Lil Reese releases his new EP entitled “Lamron Vol.1” The six track EP is lead by the records entitled “They Know” and “Throwin Sum”. The project includes features from Chicago artist Oj300 and Jl300, along with New York artist Don Q on the record called “Crash”.

Lil Durk F/ G Herbo – “Chiraq Demons”

Chicago artist Lil Durk drops his new banger entitled “Chiraq Demons” featuring fellow Chicago artist G Herbo. Make sure you stream and download “Chiraq Demons” on all streaming services.

Lil Reese – Come Around


Lil Reese drops the visual to “Come Around” off his latest project “300 Degrezz”. Visual Shot by Jerry Production.