Lil Baby, Lil Durk unveil ‘The Voice of the Heroes’

The 18-track album features Travis Scott, Meek Mill, Young Thug and more.

Lil Baby and Lil Durk have dropped their joint album, The Voice of the Heroes.

The 18-track project was executively produced by NBA superstar James Harden and features guests such as Travis Scott, Meek Mill, Young Thug, and Rod Wave.

Baby and Durk had dropped a video for the project’s title track earlier in the week. On “Voice of the Heroes,” the duo rap about overcoming their struggles on the street and gaining success.


“Missed out on my kids life for a year and I gotta accept it / Certain days n***as never came to my shows and I felt neglected / Growin’ up, seein’ my uncle dyin’ in his bed, that shit made me reckless,” Baby raps in a stark, confessional verse.

In the music video, the pair explore Baby’s neighborhood of Oakland City in Atlanta while also showcasing its community and their stories of struggle through short, touching vignettes. Baby and Durk then decide to execute a jewelry heist, stealing from the rich to give to the poor.

Other recent new tracks by Lil Baby include “Slidin” with Danny Wolf and “Real as it Gets” with EST Gee. His track “On Me” also received a remix from Megan Thee Stallion. On the other hand, Lil Durk shared music videos for “Should’ve Ducked” and “Jump,” also appearing in the clip for Megan’s song “Movie.”


Watch the video for “Voice of the Heroes” here:

And stream Baby and Durk’s new project below:

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