Just about three weeks after dropping off his visual for "1-773-Vulture," Lil Durk pulls up with "Durkio Krazy," the title track from his forthcoming Durkio Krazy project.

The new DY-produced cut is an ambient one that lets Lil Durk's knack for melody shine through. On the track, the Chi-Town artist takes us on a somber trip through his upbringing and the streets of Chicago. It's an offering that accentuates the chemistry between Durk and the famed 808 Mafia producer.

"And I grew up 'round them youngins, I said fuck school/Only me and you was trappin', we had much room/And I was zoned off them Perkies, you off mushrooms/And I told 'em if they touch you they in trouble," he raps in the song's opening verse.

On the hook for the track, Durk touches on unappreciative friends and the measures he'll travel to protect himself from those potential backstabbers: "I know I ain't worried, I ain't stressin' 'bout no money/I do shit for niggas and they act like they don't love me/When I turn my head, be the same niggas slug me."

After a 2017 that saw him release solo efforts like Love Songs for the Streets and Signed to the Streets 2.5, and then rock-solid joint projects like Supa Vultures with Lil Reese and Bloodas with Tee Grizzley, Durk is looking to making 2018 his biggest year to date. This new track shows he's focused on the prize.

Check out "Durkio Krazy" for yourself just below.

Courtesy of Lil Durk

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