Lil Durk & Pooh Shiesty Bring ‘Back In Blood’ Energy To ‘Should’ve Ducked’ Video

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On the deluxe edition of Lil Durk’s The Voice, the Chicago rapper called upon Pooh Shiesty on “Should’ve Ducked,” and the duo just dropped the visual for the hard-hitting record. 

For the video, which arrived Wednesday (May 19), Lil Durk and Pooh Shiesty linked back up with video director Jerry Production to recapture the energy in the visual from their first collaboration, “Back In Blood.”

“Should’ve Ducked” finds Durkio and Shiesty heading to Cane Creek Apartments in Memphis, Tennessee, to mob out with their crews while flaunting their money and expensive jewelry. The video for “Should’ve Ducked” can pass as a proper sequel to “Back In Blood,” given how similar both videos are.  

 

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Lil Durk opens his verse inside an empty basement with Shiesty and the rest of the crew in tow. Fans also get to see Durk pay tribute to the late King Von with a piece of clothing. 

“Throw that mask on, when you jump out first, you better blast (Yeah)/V. don’t like slow shit, on hits them switches (Frrt) fast (Gang)/Ain’t gon’ lie, the city hot with strikers, they don’t last (Turn up)/When you pop in with your killers, you better check your gas (Man, what?),” Durk rapped. 

Shiesty takes over, spitting his verse in front of a bill counter and a sleek, black luxury car while Durk hypes him up in the background. 

“Fucked up and let me in the door (Woah), I went fully on auto sticks (Sticks)/I’m Mr.-Slime-‘Em-Out (Blrrd), I caught his back door, unlocked on a lick (Blrrd)/Or Mr.-Leave-No-Evidence (Blrrd), know my criminal book hella thick (On God)/You niggas goose, ain’t got no gun, you went away, your ass a dummy,” Shiesty rapped. 

 

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Last month, Pooh Shiesty and Lil Durk performed “Back In Blood” on The Tonight Show, where the rappers incorporated a menacing stage to bring their no-nonsense record to life. The song has become a hit giving Shiesty his first platinum record. 

As for Durk, OTF captain riding high on the success of The Voice (Deluxe). The album beat out the original when it debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 albums chart with 86,000 equivalent album units. The deluxe edition delivers an additional 12 tracks with features from Lil Baby, Pooh Shiesty, and more.