Lil Durk hinted at dropping a deluxe edition of his latest album, Almost Healed, on Twitter, Tuesday. In doing so, he described it as having "The Voice vibes," referencing his sixth studio album from 2020. He dropped an expanded version of that project in 2021 with additional guest appearances from Lil Baby, Pooh Shiesty, and Sydny August.
As for the current version of Almost Healed, featured artists include Alicia Keys, J. Cole, Chief Wuk, Future, 21 Savage, Kodak Black, Rob49, the late Juice Wrld, and Morgan Wallen. For the production, he worked with Keys as well as Metro Boomin, Dr. Luke, Zaytoven, ATL Jacob, Chopsquad DJ, LilJuMadeDaBeat, and many more artists. Durk didn't note who else would appear on a deluxe version.
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Durk had originally intended to title his new album, The Voice 2.0. However, he and his team made a last-minute adjustment after getting advice from ASAP Rocky. Speaking with the Los Angeles Times for a new interview, Durk's manager, Peter Jideonwo, recalled Rocky saying, "'Y'all need to call it something else, 'The Voice' doesn't really do nothing.' We had this powerful conversation that was almost three hours long, and Durk said the words 'almost healed.' We decided to go with that." Durk also discussed his choice to start therapy with the outlet. He explained, "On a microphone, I'm just having fun, rapping about whatever I'm going through. In therapy, I'm going into the details of why, or when, or how."
Lil Durk Announces Deluxe Version Of "Almost Healed"
The announcement of a deluxe version of Almost Healed comes ahead of Durk's Sorry For The Dought Tour. He'll be traveling for concerts in Atlanta, Brooklyn, Chicago, Austin, Los Angeles, and many more cities across North America. For the shows, Durk will be bringing along Kodak Black and NLE Choppa for the majority of the dates.
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