Lil Durk Says He's Done With Long Albums

Lil Durk Says He's Done With Long Albums

Lil Durk says he's making a return to shorter albums, writing on his Instagram Story that he's done with projects over 20 songs in length. The remark comes not long after the release of his latest album, Almost Healed, which clocked in at 21 songs. The project featured a myriad of guest appearances, including Alicia Keys, J. Cole, Chief Wuk, Future, 21 Savage, Kodak Black, and more.

"I'm going back to 13 songs a album y'all can have that 20+ song album," Durk wrote in one post. In another, he added: "Make hip hop fun again we understand everybody got money let's fuck em up like we was just doing s/o the females who been working salute keep going."

Read More: Lil Durk "Almost Healed" Review

Lil Durk In Concert

INGLEWOOD, CALIFORNIA - APRIL 09: Rapper Lil Durk performs onstage during the '7220' Tour at YouTube Theater on April 09, 2022 in Inglewood, California. (Photo by Scott Dudelson/Getty Images)

When DJ Akademiks shared the story posts on his own Instagram page, many fans were in agreement with Durk. One user commented: "If a album is longer than 45min it better be full of bangers." Another fan wrote: "Hopefully other rappers do the same. More songs actually equal less sales."

Before Durk drops another album, he'll likely be releasing the deluxe version of Almost Healed, which he's been teasing for weeks. The new IG post comes ahead of Durk's Sorry For The Dought Tour. For the shows, he'll be traveling to Atlanta, Brooklyn, Chicago, Austin, Los Angeles, and many more cities across North America. Durk will be bringing along Kodak Black and NLE Choppa for the majority of the dates.

Lil Durk On Making Hip-Hop "Fun Again"

Music wasn't the only thing Durk spoke about in his IG Story. He also referenced wanting to hold a massive prayer in Chicago. Durk wrote: "I want to hold the biggest prayer in Chicago for the Muslims that bring everybody together soon pride to the side then after get problems off the chest help the petty beef go away private location - the voice."

Read More: Lil Durk Announces "Sorry For The Drought" Tour

The post Lil Durk Says He's Done With Long Albums appeared first on HotNewHipHop.


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