New label, same Lil Durk. Six months after he teased the collab on social media, the Chicago hitta blesses the masses with the brand-new Future-assisted track, "Spin the Block," on Friday (Aug. 24).

ATL Jacob put together this production, which features a trap vibe with rolling hi-hats and spacey chords. Hendrix comes through with one of his signature dope choruses. "Spin the block, spin it one more time (all the way, all the way)/Got the drop on you, sittin' outside (skrt, skrt)," he rhymes. "Me and Durkio goin' back to back/Hanging out the window, Mac to Mac/Spin the block, nigga, spin it one more time/Unload that Glock, nigga, load that one more time/Fuck the cops, nigga, spin in one more time/Hit the spot, then I hit 'em one more time."

Durkio brings hard-body bars to the party snapping, "I'm a southside Inglewood nigga with a check/How the fuck you tool with us and you ain't kill nobody yet?/You was holding up diplomas, they was holding a Tech/Watch my amigos drink Corona, we was pouring up a Tech."

This Chicago and ATL connection definitely bangs.

Durk has been providing fans with plenty of material this year. In March, he put out the Just Cause Y'all Waited EP. That was followed up with the Lil Durk Presents: Only the Family Involved, Vol 1 mixtape earlier this month.

He has two more releases coming down the pike including the previously-teased Durkio Krazy project with producer DY, and Signed to the Streets 3, which looks to be the landing spot for this new track.

Listen to Lil Durk and Future's "Spin the Block" below.

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