It looks like Lil Durk's taken Logic's critically acclaimed, suicide-prevention track, "1-800-273-8255" for his own musical test drive, and predictably, he infused it with his own murderous twist.

In an Instagram preview of the remix to Logic's Everybody track, Durk sits in a dimly lit room as the sound of his own Auto-Tune laced death threats grace the tranquil "1-800-273-8255" instrumental.

"Why the opposition calling my line telling me come outside/I would, but I know they lying," Durk croons on one part of the hook. "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," he continues, irreversibly distancing himself from the original message of the song.

There's no word on when the remix will drop, but it sounds more than a little dope—though, we have to wonder how Logic will feel about it. The project could appear on his Signed to the Streets 3, which he's also been teasing this week.

Interestingly, MMG's Fat Trel recently unveiled his own remix to the song, and he pretty much puts the same twist on the track. You can check that out here.

Listen to a preview of Durk's "1-800-273-8255 (Remix)" for yourself below. And check out Durk's joint project with Tee Grizzley, Bloodas, and his interview with XXL when you're done with that.

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