Fresh off inking a new record dealLil Durk has released a compilation mixtape shining the spotlight on emerging artists under his wing. Lil Durk Presents: Only The Family Involved, Vol. 1, released yesterday (July 31), features affiliates of Durk's Only The Family label including Nimic Revenue, Booka 600, Doodie Lo and Yung Tory.

Previously released single "Play Yo Role," featuring Durk, Booka, Doodie and OTF Ikey, appears on the tracklist, as does a collaboration between Durk and Atlanta's YFN Lucci, "Dirty Diana."

The "Make It Out" rapper explained the project's origins in a statement. Much of the music emerged from Durk's home recording studio in Atlanta, and he describes the tape as the start of an OTF movement.

“Ikey, Tory, and Doodie have lived with me in Atlanta at some point this past year. They've been recording and working on their craft everyday out of my home studio," he said. "We going 1000 mph with this OTF movement. This project is just one of the first things you gonna hear from the OTF camp.”

Durk signed to Alamo Records and Interscope in late June after departing Def Jam earlier this year. He independently released the solo EP Just Cause Y'all Waited in March.

You can listen to Only The Family's first compilation tape and view the tracklist and cover art below.

Only The Family's Lil Durk Presents: Only The Family Involved, Vol. 1 Tracklist

1. "In a Hole" featuring Lil Durk
2. "How We Living" featuring OTF Ikey and Lil Durk
3. "Dirty Diana" featuring Lil Durk and YFN Lucci
4. "Dedication" featuring Lil Durk
5. "Don't Forget" featuring Doodie Lo
6. "Happy Gilmore" featuring Nimic Revenue
7. "Rockstar" featuring Yung Tory
8. "Back in the Day" featuring Lil Durk and Nimic Revenue
9. "Rememberance" featuring Lil Durk
10. "Play Yo Role" featuring Lil Durk, Booka 600, Doodie Lo and OTF Ikey
11. "7:30" featuring Booka 600 and Lil Durk
12. "Real Nigga" featuring OTF Ikey
13. "Trenches" featuring Lil Durk, Doodie Lo, OTF Ikey, 300 Oj and JL

Only The Family Entertainment / EMPIRE

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