Fans can stream Lil Durk's debut album Remember My Name. The 12-track project features Jeremih, Logic, Hypno Carlito and King Popo. Young Chop, Boi-1da, Vinylz, Metro Boomin’ and more stepped in to handle the beats. He already released two singles off his album—“Tryna’ Tryna’” and “What Your Life Like"—previously. Durk spoke about his debut album with XXL. 

"Just the whole music thing and everything we do in the streets," he said. "We got the Cure The Violence, Stop The Violence program. I want people to remember more positive than the negative things. I just want them to remember anything we’re doing streetwise and music-wise. I want them to remember me for being creative. I want to be known for taking care of the kids and giving back to Chicago."

In celebration of his debut, Durk's holding two release shows where he will perform for fans. The first will be held at Irving Plaza in NYC tonight (June 2), followed by the young rapper's Voltage Lounge appearance in Philadelphia tomorrow night (June 3). The LP is currently available in stores and via iTunes, as well as Spotify. Take a listen below.

In addition to dropping his first studio project, Durk premiered the video for "What Your Life Like." Directed by Eif Rivera, the black and white visual was shot in Chicago. Durk rhymes about coming up in Chi-town over Young Chop's beat, while the camera shows clips of his neighborhood and his videos over the years. Check out the video below.

He stopped by Power 105.1's The Breakfast Club to chat about his new album, ending his beef with Chief Keef, his kids, and more. Watch the full interview below.