Lil Durk has surprised his fans with his latest project this holiday season.
The 28-year-old singer and songwriter has finally dropped his highly-anticipated album ‘The Voice’ which features a collab with the late King Von.
In the new album, the Chicago rapper pays a heartfelt tribute to his longtime friend King Von, who was murdered on November 6th outside of a hookah lounge in Atlanta back, reports HIPHOPDX.
Taking to Instagram on Thursday (December 24), Lil Durk teased his fans with the projects cover art which shows Durkio sitting next to his labelmate Von, as the cover reads, ‘Long Live Grandson’.
“The voice dropping midnight tell the trenches I’m back.. #doit4von ALBUM,” Lil Durk captioned the post.
In another post which he posted hours later, the musician shared a list of all the tracks from the album.
“The voice of the trenches tell em it’s up there it’s stuck there link in the bio album out now … #DOIT4VON @otf”, he wrote in the caption.
Apart from Durkio and Von, the 16-track album also features appearances from the likes of Young Thug, 6LACK, YNW Melly, and Booka 600, per Complex.
The new release comes just a few days after his new single ‘Backdoor’, which pays tribute to Von and their friendship.
According to HIPHOPDX, ‘The Voice’ is Lil Durk’s second album this year, following his fifth studio album, ‘Just Cause Y’all Waited 2’ which dropped back in May.