Lil Durk has dropped his ‘7220’ album and now with various collaborations on the way, the 29-year-old rapper compares himself to Steph Curry.
From his interview on Million Dollaz Worth of Game, where he claimed to be better than Drake, to releasing what is projected to be his first number one album in ‘7220,’ doesn’t appear to be slowing down anytime soon. The rapper went on Twitter Friday morning where he compared himself to Steph Curry. “I can’t miss I’m like steph fr,” he tweeted.
And why wouldn’t he feel this way. Durk’s ‘7220‘ album is set to debut at #1 on the US albums chart with 120K sold first week. Following the release of the album, Durk appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, where he performed new songs, including “AHHH HA” and “Petty Too” with Future. Prior to claiming he don’t miss like Step, Durk released new music in “Computer Murderers” with visuals. The song aimed at his enemies has already surpassed a million views on YouTube.
Lil Durk is also ready to contribute to what DJ Khaled calls his “biggest album ever.” In late February Lil Durk invaded DJ Khaled’s 305 estate for an early-morning studio session, where Durkio laid down a guest verse. Rod Wave and Gunna are all expected to make Khaled’s latest masterpiece.
Most recently, Durk and Metro Boomin, both confirmed a duet album dropping very soon. On Twitter Metro answered fans questions when it came to his collab with Durk, to which the rapper replied with, “Yes still otw we spoke about it the other day.” Durk gave his own confirmation and perhaps the title of the project when he added a comment on Akademiks post. “Nobody Safe,” wrote Durk.