Still somewhat fresh off dropping his Signed to the Streets 2.5 mixtape, Lil Durk pulls up with a stylishly menacing new video for "No Fear," one of the best tracks from the new project.

In the black and white visual, which was directed by Datari Turner Productions' Bama Boy Buck, we see Durk looking cool and confident as he rocks a Bane mask and parlays with several scantily clad, gun-toting ladies. There are grenades, guns, bails of money, flossy whips and an empty white void all the flossing is taking place in.

The vid makes Durk look every bit the part of a laidback boss, but all those guns let you know he's not one to be played with—as do the lyrics themselves. "That Glock is B.I.G., my shooter Notorious/And I've been to Cali, they can't extort us/Young bull on the come up, Bobby Portis/And I grab them both I'm investing," he spits on the track.

Durk is currently riding a wave of momentum driven strictly by his output over the last few months. Back in August, he and his fellow Chicagoan Lil Reese dropped their Supa Vultures EP. As we said before, his Signed to the Streets 2.5 project came a little more than a month later. Now, he's all set to drop a joint project with Tee Grizzley on Thanksgiving. All good news.

Peep Lil Durk's "No Fear" vid below.

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