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Lil Durk is trying to get his first #1 record with his upcoming collaboration with J. Cole. Both artists have reportedly linked up to film a music video for their newest single together. The track is expected to land on Durk’s upcoming album.

In an Instagram video, Lil Durk teased the collabo, sharing a snippet of a clip recorded during the video shoot. The shot features Cole holding up the camera as he raps along to his verse surrounded by a bunch of children.

The verse follows Durk’s lead and hears Cole stating, “Lately, I just wanna show up and body of shit, yeah, yeah/ Always been a lil’ mathematician, lately it’s cash I’m gettin/ I’m losin’ count of these bags, I been movin’ too fast/ Hard times don’t last, remember when cops harassed.”

Durk can be heard delivering a hard-hitting hook, “All my life, they been trying to keep me down/ All my life, they thought I wouldn’t make it out,” seemingly backed by a choir of kids.

The Chicago rapper posted the video onto Instagram with the caption, “100K comments I’m dropping album cover and date call my bluff s/o Cole.”


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