Lil Durk‘s seventh studio album, 7220, is finally out now and available across all streaming platforms. Comprised of 17 tracks, the full-length project features Gunna, Morgan Wallen, Summer Walker, and Future.
The numerical title, 7220, is part of the address of Durk’s grandmother’s house, where he lived with his family for some years. Amongst several new tracks, previously released songs like his NBA YoungBoy diss “AHHH HA,” DThang tribute “Pissed Me Off,” “Golden Child,” and country crossover “Broadway Girls” featuring Morgan Wallen all appear on the album. Production this time around comes from Chopsquad DJ, Chase Davis, Hitmaka, Southside, TM88, and Tahj Money to name a few.
Meanwhile, on tracks like “Shootout @ My Crib,” Lil Durk opens up about the armed break-in that occurred at his home this past year where his fiance India Royale discharged her firearm at the suspects who then later fled on foot. On “What Happened To Virgil,” Durkio and Gunna reflect on their past and mourn the death of Off-White founder and Louis Vuitton artistic director Virgil Abloh. Elsewhere, “Difference Is” featuring Summer Walker sees the rapper in his singing pocket once more.
7220 is Durk’s first project since 2020’s The Voice of the Heroes, his joint effort with Atlanta rapper Lil Baby. Prior to that, his sixth studio album The Voice dropped towards the tail-end of the same year, followed by a deluxe release in 2021. Stream the project below.
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