Chicago’s Lil Durk and Lil Reese Share Collaborative Supa Vultures EP

Lil Durk and Lil Reese – Supa Vultures (EP)

For their first collaborative project, Chiraq’s Lil Durk and Lil Reese link up for the Supa Vultures EP. If you’ve had your reservations about either of these two before, hearing them together makes for a different sound. Read more about the new EP here:

Drill rap pioneers and masters of anthemic street music, Lil Durk and Lil Reese are Chicago’s best duo since Jordan and Pippen. Joining forces for a six-track EP, Durk and Reese release Supa Vultures, their first collaborative project. Lil Reese’s menacing and understated flow blends seamlessly with Lil Durk’s mastery of tone and melody, creating an entrancing yin-yang effect that carries the project and rewards multiple listens.

Released in July via Billboard and recognized as one of Chicago’s hottest singles in Complex‘s Bout to Blow, the EP’s opening track “Distance” is an entrancing drill anthem and the most popular local YouTube song in Chicago, decrying fakers and preaching the importance of putting in hard work for a successful rap career. Featuring soaring, piano-led production from Chopsquad DJ and others, Supa Vultures demonstrates the continued relevance of Chicago street rap, with highlights like the paranoid-yet-triumphant Unstoppable,” the sidewinding and menacing “Fuck Dat Shit,” and the moving Durk solo track “Nobody Know.”

Stream Lil Durk and Lil Reese‘s new EP Supa Vultures below.

Lil Durk and Lil Reese - Supa Vultures (EP)

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