(FreshAsFrankie) Lil Durk‘s steady stream of new music continues. On Thursday (Oct. 19), just a little over two months removed from dropping his Super Vultures EP with Lil Reese, the Chicago native returns with Signed to the Streets 2.5. It’s a sequel to his 2014 effort, Signed to the Streets.
A couple of weeks ago, Durk premiered “Make It Out,” which is the third track on his new project. The song features a healthy dose of Auto-tune as he half-sings about depression, the streets and using drugs to cope.
“Looking for inspiration, pray for my generation/Fuck Trump them bitches racist, bought ‘Raris just to race em’,” he spits in the song. At the time he dropped that track, he indicated that Signed to the Streets 3 was coming soon. Maybe that’s true, but for now, we’ve got Signed to the Streets 2.5, which will definitely do.
Check out Signed to the Streets 2.5 for yourself below.
Lil Durk’s Signed To The Streets 2.5 Tracklist
1. “The Story 2.5 (Prod. By ATL Jacob)
2. “Don’t Love Feat. Derez De’shon (Prod. By ATL Jacob)
3. “Make It Out” (Prod. By Will A Fool)
4. “India 5Too Raw” (Prod. By Chopsquad DJ & DJ Bandz)
6. “Basically Fr” (Prod. By Sonic | Adlibs By Young Thug)
7. “Streets Want Me” Feat. Moneybagg Yo (Prod. By Fuse)
8. “Feel Good” Feat. YFN Lucci
9. “True Colors”
(FreshAsFrankie) Rapper Wiz Khalifa has landed his own weed-themed show on Snoop Dogg’s marijuana media platform.
The “Black and Yellow” hitmaker is fronting a new digital series which will combine elements of stunt show “Jackass” and fitness competition “American Ninja” Warrior for Merry Jane, a cannabis culture website.
“The series will include a strong supply of weed humor that only Wiz and his gang of celebrity friends can put together,” reads a press release.
Meanwhile, Snoop is executive producing a new all-female discussion show called “Queens of the Stoned Age,” which will bring together women from all walks of life to discuss hot topics like relationships, families, careers, politics, and sex.
Seth Rogen is also contributing new content to the Merry Jane line-up, in the form of new episodes of his ongoing series “Talking Buds,” on which different strains of marijuana are given their own personalities to explain its affects.
“Merry Jane has reached hundreds of millions of people across the globe, bringing cannabis related content to a mainstream audience,” co-founder Ted Chung writes in a statement. “By showcasing the realities of modern culture through insightful and engaging programming, Merry Jane will continue to lead the fight to remove stigmas around cannabis and push for full legalization.”
Snoop and Chung launched Merry Jane in 2015.