Lil Durk Pours Out Liquor For OTF Nunu, LA Capone and More In ‘300 Days, 300 Nights’ Intro

Lil Durk penned an emotional record in the intro of his newly released “300 Days, 300 Nights” mixtape. Durk pours of liquor for all of the friends he lost in his life in his C-Sick production.

Durk makes mention of J-Munna and LA Capone, rapping, “On my block where it get too real/One n***a doing two drills/J-Munna loved the blue steel/LA busting off two pills/My n****s to trill.”

J-Munna, born Jerome Wood, died Monday, Sept. 2, 2013 after he was shot in the head in South Side Chicago.

Durk remember slain blood cousin OTF Nunu, rapping, “I think I’m Nuski with the semi/Still got the strap, n****s tripping/I’m hard body (?)/Chino dead, not to mention.”

He continues, rapping, “I was dead than my first cuz, my first blood, the one I love and I miss him.”

Nunu, born McArthur Swindle, was shot and killed May 31, 2014 in South Side Chicago while sitting in his car.

Durk also remember Odee and Baldy who were also shot and killed inChicago. He raps, “Rest in peace to Odee/O’Block went OC/600 be for Baldy/Get these lames from off me.”

Listen to Lil Durk’s “300 Days 300 Nights (Intro)” above.

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