Lil Durk has his sights set on his next album and he’s teased taking his artistry to a new level in 2023 with the LP.
The Chicago drill rhymer hinted at The Voice 2.0 project’s progression in an Instagram Story on Sunday night (February 26).
“This album ain’t regular,” he wrote with a photo of him performing on stage.
Although the project remains without a firm release date, Durkio has continued to tease The Voice 2.0 with a series of posts on social media and many expect the LP to finally arrive later this year.
Lil Durk hypes new project 💿https://t.co/52WCdDsvQr pic.twitter.com/6SvEjbZyyX
— HipHopDX (@HipHopDX) February 27, 2023
The 30-year-old OTF honcho kept busy in 2022 with the release of his 7220 album, which served as his first project to reach the Billboard 200 summit after selling 120,500 total album-equivalent units in the first week last March.
“I got a real #1 album I came a long way and really ain’t suppose to be here,” Durk wrote to Instagram while reflecting on the achievement. “I been here 10years and still feel like a new artist thank my team and thank my label and the fans …. Ps a real #1 not a fake one.”
Durk returned in December to deliver his Loyal Bros 2 compilation album featuring his Only The Family collective. The effort was headlined by Smurk’s standout “Mad Max” collaboration with Future, which saw him taunt the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office in bizarre fashion.
Lil Durk seemingly nearly implicated himself in Young Thug’s YSL RICO case when he admitted he told Young Thug about every person he shot.
“I could have been part of the RICO, I called Thug and told him every n-gga I shot,” Durk raps on the track.
Durk previously voiced his support for Thugger in a December Instagram post claiming he was being “left to the wolves” in the YSL case.
“Drop a [heart] if y’all want thugg home and not being blamed or left to the wolves #FREEJEFF,” he wrote before adding he was working on his next LP. “ALBUM MODE.”