Before the year ends, Lil Durk will bless his fans with a treat. Yesterday (Dec. 6), the Chi-Town rapper announced that his Only the Family Involved Vol. 2 mixtape will be released on Dec. 21.

Although the cover art and tracklist have yet to be revealed, that doesn't stop Durk's fans from looking forward to the upcoming mixtape. The forthcoming project features contributions from OTF new signee King Von, Booka600, OTF Ikey, Doodie Lo and more.

Recently, King Von dropped his new single "Crazy Story." On the song, Von discusses his street background as he reminisces about a robbery that went left. "I'm just laughin/Coulda been a pimp, the way I move my lip/I be speedin'/Coulda been a driver, the way I push the whip," he spits.

In addition to Durk's announcement of a release date for the new project, he released a new music video for "I Know" today (Dec. 7). The five-minute visual features Durk and some of his OTF crew walking around the neighborhood, cruising around town and trying to overcome difficult times.

Durk's hard work doesn't stop there. Last month, the past XXL Freshman released Signed to the Streets 3, which featured 20 tracks and guest appearances from Future, Ty Dolla $ign, A Boogie with da Hoodie, Kevin Gates, Kodak Black and more.

Shortly after releasing that mixtape, Durk stopped by The Breakfast Club to discuss his project amongst many other topics. Hosts Charlamagne Tha God and Angela Yee commented on 6ix9ine's social media use following his arrest. Durk insisted that he believes in using his platform differently.

"You ain't never going to see me doing that," Durk said referring to 6ix9ine's use of social media. "You see what's going on. You see the feds involved in the music, y'all got hip-hop police going on, people tripping on themselves in music. You ain't gonna see me say nothing on the Internet. I'm promoting."

Check out Lil Durk's "I Know" video below, as well as King Von's "Crazy Story," for yourself below. Be on the lookout for Only the Family Involved Vol. 2 later this month.

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