After linking up with Detroit’s Dej Loaf for “My Beyonce,” Chi-Town’s Lil Durk returns to the streets with shots at the industry — a place Durk believes is full of phonies. Although “My Beyonce” found Durk cheery and clearly in good spirits, “Industry” has him seeing red, and — backed by Nito Beats’ slapping production — is surely fitting. Check out Durk’s “Industry” from his 300 Days & 300 Nights mixtape after the jump.
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Chicago’s Lil Durk, who’s signed to Def Jam, recruits a few of his labelmates for the remix to “Dis Ain’t What You Want.”
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Desert Storm’s Fly-Ty gets some verses from Juelz, Cap 1 and Lil Durk for this joint called ‘Usher Raymond.’