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Lil Durk is OGM’s 2021 feature king

Lil Durk has managed to become a household name over the course of the last year. Between his solo material and constant collaborations with hip-hop’s brightest stars, he has asserted himself as one of music’s most impactful artists.

Collaborating with Drake, Lil Baby, EST Gee, Nardo Wick, Polo G, Trippie Redd and so much more, we decided to take a look back at Durk’s greatest hits throughout his stellar 2021 feature run.

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In The Bible” — Drake

Durkio appeared alongside Giveon on this soulful cur off of Drake’s Certified Lover Boy. His friendship with Drake has skyrocketed his career since their original collaboration “Laugh Now, Cry Later” in 2020.

Jonah” — Ye West

With Drake and Ye dropping in the same week, fans were surprised to see Lil Durk appear on both projects. “Jonah” has Durk crooning beside Vory, as he joins the Chicago-raised icon on one of his most critically-acclaimed projects.

Rich MF” — Trippie Redd

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Trippie Redd, Durk and Polo G gave their competition a run for their money on one of the few non-rage tracks on Trip At Knight. A menacing piano melody backs Durk as he spits vicious bars about money and women.

No Return” — Polo G

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Polo G and Durk have clearly spent some time in the studio together as being from the same hometown. This song, complete with a hook from The Kid Laroi, is a melodic ode to their success in its truest form.

Sharing Locations” — Meek Mill

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This Meek Mill single was too fire to miss a spot on the list. Meek, Durk and Lil Baby trade bars effortlessly as visuals for the track show them hanging out with some of their most frequent collaborators, shooting die and taking private jets.

Durk has managed to set himself apart from his peers as a superstar in the hip-hop community. As he continues to drop verse after verse, expect to see more of the emcee as we roll into the new year.

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