Lil Durk Gives Back & Sends A “Street Prayer” In His Latest Visuals

Elle Evans

By Elle Evans

Elle Evans

19 May 2020

Reflecting harsh realities with emotion and melody, Lil Durk is the voice of the streets. Offering words of wisdom for those suffering in rough neighborhoods, Durk shares Street Prayer his new video.

Produced by Cardo and DY, Street Prayer finds Durk opening up about his faith, as he recounts his past struggles and remembers the people he lost to street violence; “It be your dog, it be your dog / That sh*t so crazy what happened to Law / When the streets took Baby D, it had came with a flaw / Granny asked where Nuski at, it’s crushing my heart.” In the video, Durk takes time to pray, reflecting on his time spent in prison and resolving to make his neighbors’ lives better so they can avoid his fate. The Chicago native gives back to his community, pulling up and offering meals to his city’s homeless. 

In late April, Durkio hosted a meal drive to feed the frontline workers at Chicago’s Rush Hospital, partnering with local restaurant PHLAVZ to drop off meals at the hospital and make over 100 more meals available for pickup later that night. Last Friday, Durk gave back to his adopted hometown of Atlanta, donating masks and meals to health workers and at-risk communities.

Watch the visuals for Street Prayer above. You can watch the visuals for Doin Too Much here.