Lil Durk is no longer a Los Angeles resident. The OTF frontman recently announced his move to Atlanta when speaking his upcoming project “Love Songs For The Streets” during an interview with The Fader.
“I just moved to Atlanta so the change of scenery and environment put me in a different mood and a different vibe, both good,” Durk told The FADER over email. “Lucci was one of the first artists I connected with when I moved here. First day I got here he had a session, so I pulled up to it and we did like 3-4 records together that night. This one is just the first that’s being released.”
Durk left Chiraq for LA in November 2015.
Lil Durk has long stated he wanted to move his family out of Chicago. Durk spoke with Thomas Morton of Noisey in the “Chiraq” documentary to express his growing concern of violence plaguing his hometown.
“I’m gonna move to L.A., man. Move my kids out this s**t. Now I got kids. I’ma get them out of here,” he said. “As long as they safe and they good. They ain’t gotta worry about watching their backs where they at.”
Durk acknowledge there is violence everywhere, but said it’s different in Chicago.
“Violence everywhere, but we’ve got known violence in Chicago,” he said. “Like they killing kids. It’d be something real stupid happening like they killed that baby [Jonylah Watkins].
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