Lil Durk Is Mad About Not Being on ‘NBA2K’ Soundtrack
The soundtrack for the popular video game NBA 2K20 was released on Saturday (July 20), and it's stacked. Featuring 46 tracks and over 70 artists, the collection has a who's who of artists crossing over a number of genres. At least one artist, Lil Durk, is upset he didn't make the cut.
The latest edition in the NBA 2K series drops on Sept. 6, 2019, but the music featured on the game is already bumped by fans. There's an all-star lineup of artists including Drake, XXXTentacion, Post Malone, Lil Wayne, Travis Scott, J. Cole, Nipsey Hussle, Meek Mill, 21 Savage, Tyga, Gunna, Offset and more.
Hours after the soundtrack was uploaded, Durk hopped on Twitter and appeared to want answers about why he was not included on the list.
"We gotta have a long talk @NBA2K," tweeted Durk, who has a basketball background and has even been lauded by NBA players for his game.
Durk has bigger issues on his hands, however. He is currently out on bond and facing two serious felonies including criminal attempt to commit murder. The charges stem from a Feb. 5 shooting outside Atlanta's The Varsity restaurant where a 23-year-old man was found shot at the scene. Police believe Durk and OTF affiliate King Von committed the crime. Durk maintains his innocence.
Peep the NBA 2K20 Soundtrack below.
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