Lil Durk’s new album, Almost Healed, has finally been made available to the public after considerable anticipation. This comes two weeks after the album’s release was postponed due to a contentious argument between Durk and NBA YoungBoy. Over the previous few months, the rapper has been raising anticipation. The album’s lead track, “All My Life,” starring J. Cole, was just released. He has been teasing and updating fans. As anticipated, the song immediately rose on the Billboard Hot 100. It actually equaled Drake’s “Laugh Now Cry Later” in terms of performance, which was Durk’s highest charting track. Fans were given a preview of Almost Healed’s music with this single.
The new album from Durk has an outstanding tracklist with a star-studded cast of producers and guests. Kodak Black and Future’s involvement has sparked interest because their joint efforts are likely to become summer anthems. However, it was Alicia Keys’ unexpected entrance that shocked everyone. The singer contributes her vocals to the album’s opening track, “Therapy Session,” which Durk recently teased in the music video for “Pelle Coat,” the second single to be released ahead of the album’s formal release.
Lil Durk Takes Us To Therapy In Second Video From “Almost Healed”
The music video for Lil Durk’s latest single “Pelle Coat” features a powerful introduction by Alicia Keys, who takes on the role of his therapist. Keys encourages Durk to express his vulnerabilities and emotions, creating a safe and non-judgmental space for him to freely share. The video follows Durk through the streets of Chicago, highlighting his friends, significant landmarks like a mural of King Von, and showcasing his introspective journey. It captures Durk in the backseat of a Suburban and praying with his father at a Mosque, effectively complementing the song’s themes and displaying Durk’s artistic maturity.
Lil Durk has recently been taking big steps to make positive changes. He wants to not only change himself but also his community. The album represents much of that mindset. That doesn’t mean it’s totally devoid of bangers, but there is a depth to much of it, as well.
1. Therapy Session
2. Pelle Coat
3. All My Life (Feat. J. Cole)
4. Never Again
5. Put Em On Ice
6. Big Dawg (Feat. Chief Wuk)
7. Never Imagined (Feat. Future)
8. Sad Songs
9. Before Fajr
10. War Bout It (Feat. 21 Savage)
11. You Got Em
12. Grandson (Feat. Kodak Black)
13. 300 Urus
14. Same Side (Feat. Rob49)
16. At This Point We Stuck
17. Cross the Globe (Feat. Juice WRLD)
18. Dru Hill
19. Belt 2 Ass
20. Stand by Me (Feat. Morgan Wallen)
21. Moment of Truth