Lil Durk is on an outstanding run, finally getting the recognition he’s deserved all this time through his consistency and constant quality. Following his feature on Drake’s “Laugh Now Cry Later“, the Chicago rapper’s price went up substantially as he continued to deliver some of the year’s best musical releases.
The Voice has been one of his most successful albums to date, and with the deluxe edition arriving today, Durkio is adding even more fire to the project. One of the songs that have had people talking all week has been “Kanye Krazy“.
While the title is enough to elicit some headlines, the track’s Cole Bennett-directed video is what went viral on social media. Lil Durk recreated some of Kanye’s most iconic looks of all time, from “I Love It” to “Runaway”.
The video is a clear tribute to one of Chicago’s greatest artists of all time. Durk gives his take on the “Bound 2” video, snatches the microphone from a Taylor Swift lookalike, yells at Sway Calloway, and does way more in the perfectly-executed video for “Kanye Krazy”.