Lil Durk’s latest single “500 Homicides” takes us back to 2012 in Chicago when the City recorded that amount of murders in a single year. That number earned the City the title of the nation’s murder capital.
Durk opened his debut album “Remember My Name” with that C-Sick produced record.
Durk’s Joe Moore-directed music video opens with the OTF camp watching a news report on the City’s violence.
Durk lets off a lyrical assault on this track. The most notable rhyme was Durk shouting out many of Chicago’s notorious gangs as he raps, “Murder murder, kill kill, in the jam I’ll never squeal/My label only time I deal/I f*ck with Gs, Bs, Moes, Kings, Snakes, 4’s and the n*ggas underneath.”
Watch Lil Durk’s “500 Homicides” music video above.
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Lil Durk Drops ‘500 Homicides’ Music Video
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