Lil Durk ‘Backdoor’: Release date, concept, where to live stream and all the hype around rapper’s tribute song to King Von
He has been promoting the hashtag #doit4von since the day rapper King Von was killed in a shooting incident in Atlanta. King Von was signed to the same label as Lil Durk
Rapper Lil Durk, who recently collaborated with hip-hop icon Drake on his song ‘Laugh Now Cry Later’ has dropped his own fresh song called ‘Backdoor’. The 28-year-old acclaimed rapper first took to his official Twitter account to announce the track where he simply shared a teaser video for the same and captioned it as, “Midnight. I love y’all like family #doit4von”
It was only a matter of a few hours until he dropped the song on the Internet. He again shared a teaser of the official music video to release the track along with the link to his new music.
Lil Durk had shared the same details on his Instagram account after he returned to social media after November 6, 2020. He has been promoting the hashtag #doit4von since the day rapper King Von was killed in a shooting incident in Atlanta. King Von was signed to the same label as Lil Durk. On the work front, LiL Durk released his fifth studio album ‘Just Cause Y’all Waited 2’ in May 2020 and is expected to drop his new album called ‘The Voice’ soon. MEAWW will keep you posted.
Lil Durk’s brand new song has hit the Internet on December 20, 2020, midnight.
In the official music video of the song, we can see the ‘All Love’ hitmaker giving a tribute to his late longtime friend King Von with his groovy rapping skills whilst sharing the screen space with his other friends. We see two huge SUV’s parked in the background of the young hip-hop artiste. In the song, the Chicago rapper shed light on the struggles that he faced during his upbringing along with troubles in the streets and legal issues.
The lyrics of the song goes, “Them ni**as act like they don't need us, They do everything we do, they wanna be us/ Found them takin' ecstasy, they tryna T up, He rather go and blow her back instead of R'up/ You weren't on that block when that shit was goin' on, I wasn't worryin' 'bout the other side when that shit was goin' on/ And we don't hang with different ni**as, don't ask us what we on.” Interestingly, Lil Durk also has one of the chains on in the music video which Von used to wear.
How’s the buzz
Hip-hop fans soon stormed to Twitter to talk about the newly-released track from Lil Durk’s catalog. Speaking on the same lines, one user stated, “That shit went hard. The Voice of the streets.” Another expressed, “So happy you're back praying for your mental health.” One fan added, “You do this sh*t for the streets! Gang you solid [email protected]”
One user tweeted, “Durk so consistent. It’s crazy.” One fan posted, “I keep checking @lildurk page, I got to make sure he not leaving us again.” Another fan added, “lil durk bodied every artist this year, toosii was right behind tho.”
That shit went hard..The Voice of the streets🔥💰💰💨💨😈😈— Donald Johnson (@DonaldJ36880718) December 21, 2020
So happy you're back praying for your mental health😍— stephieeee! !!! (@everbaby1026) December 21, 2020
You do this shit for the streets! Gang you solid ❤️❤️❤️V.ROY4L @KingVonFrmdaWic— thatts.uana (@iamuana) December 21, 2020
Durk so consistent. It’s crazy.— VeryRareSpeaks (@SpeaksTheTruth5) December 21, 2020
I keep checking @lildurk page, I got to make sure he not leaving us again😭💯— LasayDaBrat✨ (@lasay101) December 21, 2020
lil durk bodied every artist this year, toosii was right behind tho.— obanijesu (@Obanijesuu) December 21, 2020