Lil Durk has put a new spin on Logic's hit 2017 track, "1-800-273-8255," flipping it into his own version with "1 (773) Vulture."

The Chicago rapper previewed the remix yesterday (Jan. 11) on Instagram, and now we get the whole thing. While Logic's version advocates suicide prevention, the "India" rapper instead takes a bit of an ironic approach to the OG edition and talks about lives being taken if the drama pops off.

"Why the opposition calling my line?/Telling me come outside/I would, but I know they lying," Durk croons on the chorus of the song. "My mama had a dream about me dying/I told her that I hope she lying/It's gon' be a homicide/It's gon' be a homicide/Fuck with Durk and they dying today/They told me that they sick and tired, they don't wanna die today."

The OTF rapper put in work in 2017. His productivity included dropping Long Songs for the Streets—a mixtape featuring Young Thug, Moneybagg Yo and YFN Lucci—in February. He followed that effort with Supa Vultures alongside fellow Chicago rapper Lil Reese, a solo mixtape sequel, Signed to the Streets 2.5, and closed out the year with the Midwest collab project, Bloodas, with Tee Grizzley.

He plans to continue his run this year with Signed to the Streets 3. "We got some things we working on. We just tryna bring in 2018 in a good way, in a good vibe," he told XXL a few days ago. "Different, showing growth."

Listen to Lil Durk's "1 (773) Vulture" below.

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