Lil Durk Drops Studio Album “The Voice”

Lil Durk has returned with a brand new studio album titled “The Voice.” With only a few features he is still able to give his audience a variety of different vibes to choose from. The 16-song bundle was released on Thursday December 24, 2020 along with quite the heartfelt cover art.

Right next to Durk on the cover of the album, King Von sits to his left with the words “Long Live Grandson” over his head. He has shown time and time again that he will do anything in his power to keep the name of his ‘twin’ alive and fresh, including featuring him on his newest project. The album not just features Von, but also shows appearances from 6LACK, YNW Melly, Booka600, and even Young Thug. Announcing the drop of his work through an instagram post captioned “The Voice dropping at midnight,” it would only take a few hours for him to follow up with another picture, along with the link to his newly dropped album.

This following his impressive feature on Drake’s viral hit song “Laugh Now Cry Later,” Durk gifted his fans with a memorable and most enjoyable body of work. With each song he exposed a different message and had a variety of sounds throughout his well put together project.

The album consisted of 10 independent singles with just four collaborative songs. Within his project, we hear him speak on the troubles he is currently going through with his females and separation from his friends. Along with production from Turn Me Up Josh, LowLowTurnMeUp, and Ayo Bleu, Lil Durk is able to communicate himself once again over such smooth and yet energetic beats. With this the 28 year old shows transparent signs that he is not ready to ease up and once again leaves his fans satisfied and wanting more.

Listen to Lil Durk’s new album here:

Chris Anderson
Chris Anderson
Chris Anderson, also known as his stage name Trust’n, has become deeply rooted in the world of Marketing and PR in recent years. After marketing his own hip-hop album Lapse to #12 on the iTunes charts, as well as becoming the youngest member of the Forbes Communications Council, Anderson founded his own company to provide artists, entrepreneurs, and businesses the same services he had to scratch and claw to find himself. At the young age of 22, he is currently making major contributions to help people around the world flourish in the global economy.

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