Lil Durk is planning to make 2014 a momentous year for his career with two planned projects coming fans’ way, including a follow up to his “Signed To The Streets” mixtape and an album.
Durk previously hinted his “OTF” album, but has been mum on details. The “Times” rapper sat down with Star Power Ent. to shed a bit more light on his much anticipated project.
Durk hinted features from several high profile artists, including Wyclef Jean, Yo Gotti and Meek Mill.
“I’m tryna get Wyclef on some hooks, Gotti, Meek…I ain’t gon have too many features, though,” he said. “We gon turn up with whatever we do.”
Durk is currently channeling creative energy for this project as the album’s recording process is much different from a mixtape.
“Everything gotta make sense,” he said. “Mixtape, you can just put songs together and throw it out. An album, you gotta have a story. It can’t just be anything…if you a real artist.”
Durk’s OTF camp features artists OTF Nunu and RondoNumbaNine, to name a few.
Durk’s album will be in collaboration with French Montana’s Coke Boys label. The project may feature production from several of Durk’s go to producers, including, Paris Beuller, Young Chop, Nito Beats and Dree The Drummer.
The album doesn’t have a release date, but is expected to drop sometime this year.
Stream/download Lil Durk’s “Signed To The Streets” mixtape