The release date of Lil Durk’s highly anticipated new album, Almost Healed, is rapidly approaching. Furthermore, after a very successful and lauded single with J. Cole, The Voice let us know what to expect from the project early on.
Furthermore, he shared the whole tracklist on his Instagram page, which included 21 tracks and eight features, including Cole’s contributions. Future, 21 Savage, Kodak Black, Juice WRLD, Rob49, Chief Wuk, and Morgan Wallen are among the other guests. With “All My Life” with the Dreamville boss as a precedent, as well as the prominent names and close colleagues on this list, it appears that this may be a fireworks display.
“May 26th Almost Healed,” the Chicago MC wrote in his Instagram post’s caption. “Call my bluff! Let me know which song I should drop tonight.” If any of these collaborations or solo tracks particularly excite you, we recommend you flock to that comments section after wrapping this article up. Some standout track titles are the opener “Therapy Session,” “At This Point We Stuck,” “War Bout It,” and “Moment Of Truth.” Also, this comes after Smurk revealed the production credits on Almost Healed, which include some of the biggest producers today, surprising additions like Alicia Keys, and the controversial multi-instance inclusion of Dr. Luke, who stood accused of various crimes including sexual harassment and other forms of mistreatment.
Lil Durk Shows Fans The Tracklist For Almost Healed
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Regardless, now that the project is taking shape, Lil Durk fans must be ravenous for it to drop already. In addition to these reveals, the 30-year-old also kept up the pace with some recent high-profile and inflammatory media appearances. “Now I don’t sit up here and play games, man,” he told DJ Akademiks concerning Gunna’s plea deal in the YSL case. “That man told. You should have went in there and kept your mouth closed.”
Meanwhile, his savage feud with NBA YoungBoy also got quite a lot of hype around his next musical moves. In fact, his single with J. Cole outsold YB’s new mixtape, which caused a lot of fan debate and takes on who’s winning this beef. No matter what he gets himself into next, Durkio is poised to let his art speak more loudly than his other endeavors with this tracklist.