Lil Durk just dropped his Just Cause Y'all Waited project last Friday (March 30), and this past weekend (April 1) he delivered a new set of visuals for "When I Was Little."

The Chicago rapper grants the trap-infused track a gritty music video, which features him reflecting on all of his success over the last decade or so. There are a few different scenes in the visuals, such as one of Durk rapping inside of a warehouse, as well as another one of him standing in front of a luxury vehicle.

The Midwest entertainer's latest Just Cause Y'all Waited EP contains 12 total songs, as well as guest features from Ty Dolla $ign, PartyNextDoor, Gunna, Lil Baby and TK Kravitz. The tracklist has previously-released songs such as "1 (773) Vulture" and "Cross Roads."

It also serves as Durk's first project since his release from Def Jam Records after five years of working with the label, and comes as an independent release. The rapper says that the departure came after seeing some of the changes within the office, feeling that the time was right for him to leave.

Watch Lil Durk's music video for "When I Was Little" below to see him reflect on his success.

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