After suffering a minor delay, Lil Durk came back with Love Songs For the Streets II on Friday (Aug. 2). "I made LS4TS2 for women, my Day 1's, the trenches, and all those that doubted me," Durkio said in a press release about his fourth studio album.
The new project also finds Durk connecting with a bunch of A-list collaborators, including Meek Mill,Nicki Minaj,A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, 21 Savage, OTF's King Von and Key Glock. In support of the project, the Chicago native sent Durkio's special-edition cereal boxes and OTF basketball jerseys to some of his fans and hip-hop compatriots.
Durk, born Durk Banks, secured $250,000 bond in June after turning himself in on felony murder charges stemming from a February shootout that took place outside Atlanta's The Varsity restaurant. Thanks to surveillance camera evidence, the courts felt they had probable cause to move forward with the attempted murder charge against Durk.