Lil Durk, G Herbo rep their city on new collab, “Chiraq Demons”

Durk’s new album, ‘No Auto Durk,’ arrives later this year.

Lil Durk has dropped “Chiraq Demons,” a new collab with fellow Chicago rapper G Herbo.

On the track, produced by Deezy, the rappers rep their Windy City and reflect on street life over a pulsating trap beat. “PTSD, I be off of drugs in the day / Gotta watch out for my dawg, they tryna get me out the way / I can’t be around my felons ’cause I got a pending case / Got my dawg out for one ninety and I dropped him off a K,” Durk spits.

G Herbo jumps in later with a hard-hitting chorus: “He just caught five up top, now his body numb, gon’ slay / L’il bro got a n***a leavin’ out the club, gon’ blaze / Chiraq demons, you can’t save us, cocaine, guns, that’s what raised us / I told Durk and ’em, they got buddy out the way quick, I don’t blame ’em.”


“Chiraq Demons” is expected to appear on Durk’s forthcoming album, No Auto Durk, titled after his 2018 single of the same name. The record, which the rapper teased on Instagram back in February, arrives later this year.

On the other hand, G Herbo recently released his fifth studio album, PTSD. It includes tracks such as “Gangbangin” and “Shooter” featuring Jacquees.

Listen to “Chiraq Demons” here:


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