After making waves among critics and long-time fans, Lil Durk has released a deluxe version of this critically acclaimed album, The Voice. With over ten additional tracks, the veteran Drill star keeps his heart on the pulse of the culture with a rousing intro reminding listeners why they call the Chicago native “The Voice.”
Other standouts include “Should’ve Ducked” feat. Pooh Shiesty, “Finesse Out The Gang Way” with Lil Baby where Durk reflects on an impressive ten years in the game, the honest “Movement” where the rapper looks back at fighting addiction and the tender “Love You” with emerging singer Sydny August, who’s signed to Durk’s OTF label. There’s also the catchy “Kanye Krazy,” which has gained interest on social media thanks to Durk paying homage to the fellow Chicago native by sporting his most iconic looks in the soon to be released music video directed by Cole Bennett.
Throughout the deluxe version of The Voice, fans will see the evolution of Durk as he glides through harmonious storytelling (“Let Em Know”) and keeps heartfelt jams for the lovers out there (“Every Freakin Day”).
Released on Christmas Eve, The Voice debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 200 and reigned at the top of the Billboard R&B/Hip Hop Album Chart for five weeks. Durk closed his 2020 at the top thanks to the release of Just Cause Y’all Waited II, earning his largest commercial debut to date with over 40 million global streams. He also teamed up with Drake for “Laugh Now Cry Later” which gained two Grammy nominations including Best Rap Song and Best Melodic Rap Performance.