Remix: Lil Durk – “Don’t Talk To Me” ft. Gunna & Juice WRLD

The Chicago Street Superstar Revisits a Track from Last Week’s Signed to the Streets 3, Currently Sitting at #5 on Apple Music’s Album Charts


Critical Praise:

“Unshackled from any kind of outline, Durk’s pen game shines. His rise was dotted with blood-soaked tales that summarized much of drill’s appeal: ground-level glimpses at Chicago’s South Side that colored in the outline offered by grim murder statistics.” –Pitchfork

“Lil Durk continues to be one of the most consistent rappers out.” – The FADER

“the rose that blossomed from the concrete of Chi-Town’s drill music scene” – Billboard

The Remix:

The culmination of a five-year rise from underground sensation to mainstream star, Lil Durk pulled out all the stops for Signed To The Streets 3his new album. Adding a new guest verse to a highlight from the album, Lil Durk shares Don’t Talk To Me” (Remix). The second track on the project, produced by Chopsquad DJ and Wheezy and featuring ad-libs and a standout verse from Gunna, “Don’t Talk To Me” is a vicious missive against Durk’s haters: “I can’t get enough of it, all of this jealousy/I had a petty bitch, you can do better things,” sings Durk in the chorus. For the remix, Lil Durk recruits Juice WRLD, a fellow Chicago rapper whose debut project Goodbye and Good Riddance is one of the biggest rap albums of the year. With a refined melodic approach heavily influenced by Durk, Juice WRLD is a natural fit over the beat, providing an excellent counter-melody to Durk’s chorus. Featuring additional guest spots from Future Kevin GatesTy Dolla $ign, Kodak Black, Lil Skies, and A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Signed to the Streets 3 released last Friday via Alamo/Interscope, and peaked at #3 on Apple Music’s all-genre album streaming charts over the weekend.

A continuation of a series that began with Durk’s 2013 breakout mixtape Signed to the Streets, released when he was 21-years-old, Signed To The Streets 3 is a coronation for Lil Durk, affirming his position as a major rap star and confirming his influence on a new generation of melodic street rappers. Drawing guests from across hip-hop’s generational and geographical spectrum, Durk welcomes them all into his world in STTS 3, providing stark perspectives of street life with a strong emotional center, enhanced by Durk’s superlative sense of melody. The new album gives a home to popular previously-released singles like the Complex-premiered “Play With Us,” featuring Kevin Gates, the Future-featuring “Spin The Block,” which has over 16.5 million views on YouTube, “Downfall,” with guest spots from Young Dolph and Lil Baby, the slow-burning hit “Home Body,” featuring Gunna and TK Kravitz, which has over 7.4 million plays on Spotify and is currently burning up rap radio, “Rockstar,” the album’s closing track which features an appearance from Lil Skies, and the recently released Neighborhood Hero,” which will soundtrack a series of videos in which Durk and other artists, including Meek MillTrae Tha Truth, and Nipsey Hussle, highlight their efforts towards improving their communities. Catch “Neighborhood Hero” on Spotify’s Off The Strength playlist, featuring Lil Durk on the playlist’s cover.

Signed to the Streets 3 closes out an epic 2018 for Lil Durk, marked by multiple mixtapes, a label change from Def Jam to Alamo, a move from Chicago to Atlanta, and, just this month, the birth of his youngest child with his fiancé India. In March, he released his first project since departing Def Jam, Just Cause Y’all Waited, an important transitional record for Durk. Praised by Pitchfork, who wrote “Lil Durk writes about Chicago the way Joan Didion once captured California,” Just Cause Y’all Waited features tracks such as the buzzing 1-773 Vulture,” a street remix to Logic’s hit single “1-800-273-8255” that reached the 9 million view mark on YouTube, and the Lil Baby-featuring lead single “How I Know,” which earned prominent placement on Spotify’s Most Necessary playlist. Featuring additional appearances from PartyNextDoor, Ty Dolla $ignGunna, and TK Kravitz, and with production from 808 Mafia and others, Just Cause Y’all Waited EP is a formidable appetizer for Signed to the Streets 3. Lil Durk turned heads when he performed his hits in a prime time slot, and later joined Tee Grizzley onstage at the Rolling Loud Festival in Miami (catch a few clips from this performance and from backstage in the “Remembrance” video) and recently showed off his label signees with Lil Durk Presents: Only The Family Involved Vol. 1

“Don’t Talk To Me” ft. Juice WRLD & Gunna: //

Buy/Stream Signed to the Streets 3

Signed to the Streets 3 tracklist:

1) Treacherous
2) Don’t Talk to Me feat. Gunna
3) Spin The Block feat. Future
4) Neighorhood Hero
5) 100 Grand feat. Ty Dolla $ign and A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie
6) Habit
7) Skrubs
8) Play With Us feat. Kevin Gates
9) Preach
10) India Part II
11) Spazz
12) Home Body feat. Gunna and TK Kravitz
13) Benihana feat. Kodak Black
14) I Know
15) Astronomical
16) Downfall feat. Young Dolph and Lil Baby
17) Did For The Streets
18) Is What It Is
19) Way More
20) Rockstar feat. Lil Skies

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“Don’t Talk To Me” ft. Juice WRLD & Gunna: //

Buy/Stream Signed to the Streets 3:

“Neighborhood Hero”:

“Rockstar” ft. Lil Skies: //

Pre-order Signed to the Streets 3:

“Downfall” ft. Lil Baby & Young Dolph: //

“No Auto Durk” (G Herbo Remix):

“7:30” (Lil Durk x Booka600):

Lil Durk Presents: Only The Family Involved Vol. 1


“Play Yo Role” (Lil Durk x Booka 600 x Doodie Lo x OTF Ikey): //

“Granny’s Crib”:

“Cross Roads”:

“When I Was Little”:

Just Cause Y’all Waited EP:

“How I Know” ft. Lil Baby:

“Cross Roads”: //

“Durkio Krazy”: //

“1 (773) Vulture”: //


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