“Petty” is a musical collaboration between the Chicago native, Lil Durk, and the notorious Atlanta rapper, Future. Durk officially announced the track two days prior to the release of his seventh studio album, 7220 on March 9, 2022, where he shared a snippet of his Million Dollaz Worth Of Game interview alongside the snippet of the song on his Instagram.
In the interview, Durk said: And me, I ain’t gon’ lie, I’m petty as hell. Like if you f— a lot of n— and all that, I ain’t gon’ wife you
February 22, 2022, is a big day for music as several artists have promised to release new projects or singles. Kanye West has claimed that he’ll deliver Donda 2 on that day, and Boosie Badazz and Lil Durk also stated they had music on the way.
Lil Durk shared the record along with a visual, so check that out below and let us know what you think.
Throughout the drill track, Durk takes shots at YoungBoy’s child mother, Jania Meshell while referencing his late blood-brother, DThang and longtime friend and signee, the late King Von.
7220 is the seventh studio album from Chicago native, Lil Durk. It follows up on his collaborative album with Lil Baby, The Voice of the Heroes, and his sixth studio album The Voice (Dec. 24, 2020) and it’s deluxe (Jan. 29, 2021). 7220 will be Durk’s first drop of the year, but the Chi-Town rapper has been working. He has many features out right now, including 50 Cent’s “Money Powder Respect” with Jeremih. Gucci Mane also called on Durkio for a feature for “Rumors.”
The Chicago rapper took it to Instagram with a caption revealing his forthcoming album. In a picture covering his mouth, wearing a blue fitted with the numbers 7220 in white, The Voice said, “7220 my granny address the house it all started in, album done.”
This Friday, Lil Durk is dropping his 7220 album and he’s daring anyone to drop the same day as him, confident that he’ll be able to remain the topic of conversation and outsell everything. He was about to drop on the same day that DONDA 2 was supposed to come out, but plans changed.
Lil Durk ‘7220’ album release date has been officially confirmed to release this month. After releasing his Ikea Rug single over the weekend, it looks like Durk feels confident in his upcoming next album. As a follow-up to 2020’s The Voice album, Durkiooo is plotting a return this year with his seventh studio album.
Durk’s grandmother’s house has played a significant part in his adolescence and is evident in his music. Lil Durk dedicated an entire song for his grandmother, “Granny Crib,” now, he dedicated an entire project.
The album name could refer to the book “7220” by Lashawnda Woodward otherwise known as Lil Durk’s birth mother. The book sheds light on how to strengthen family relationships and how to overcome obstacles which Lil Durk has had to do many times. On January 12, 2022, prior to the album’s official announcement, Lil Durk announced the albums, 7220 Tour, a tour placed across the whole of the US beginning in April 2022 and ending in May 2022 in his hometown, Chicago.
More About Lil Durk:
Lil Durk, is a rapper, singer, and songwriter from Chicago, Illinois. Durk is best known for his involvement in the drill wave that took the music world by storm in the 2010s. He is the founder of his own record label and rap collective, Only the Family (OTF).
Beginning his career, from 2011 to 2012, Durk released his debut, un-official mixtape, I’m a Hitta which was released on August 26, 2011. On April 3, 2012, Durk released his sophomore mixtape, a sequel to his previous tape, I’m Still a Hitta. Durka later released his third mixtape on November 5, 2012, titled Life Ain’t No Joke
Durk’s early career was, like many drill artists, plagued with legal issues and accusations of violence. These issues eventually led to his shows being canceled.
Lil Durk has followed numerous mixtape releases through his Only the Family label/collective by affiliating with assorted major labels, boosting his commercial exposure with consistent high placements on the Billboard 200.
Durk’s albums range from 2015’s Remember My Name (which featured his first RIAA-certified gold single “Like Me”) and 2019’s Love Songs 4 the Streets 2 to 2020’s The Voice, the latter of which was his third straight Top Ten entry.
Among the dozens of tracks on which Durk is featured is Drake’s “Laugh Now Cry Later” (also 2020), a number two pop hit nominated for two Grammys: Best Rap Song and Best Melodic Rap Performance. A subsequent collaborative album with Lil Baby, The Voice of the Heroes (2021), went straight to number one.
From 2013 to 2015 Durk released a total of four projects, three mixtapes, and an album. October 10, 2013, marked the release of the first Signed to the Streets, one of Durk’s most notable mixtapes and the start of a series. In the summer of 2014, specifically July 4, Durk released a sequel to Signed to the Streets and released Signed to the Streets 2 featuring his “What You Do to Me”.
2015 would be an enormous year for Lil Durk as in July 2015, Durk released his debut studio album, Remember My Name which featured his Jeremih-assisted “Like Me.”. Later that year, Durk released his sixth mixtape 300 Days 300 Nights which included his then-girlfriend, Dej Loaf-assisted, “My Beoncé”.
From 2016 to 2017, Durk released a total of four solo projects and one collaborative project. On July 22, 2016, Durk released his sophomore studio album, Lil Durk 2X accompanied by features such as Future, Young Thug, Yo Gotti and more. Ending the year, Durk released They Forgot, his seventh mixtape.
Beginning 2017, in February, Durk released his seventh mixtape, Love Songs for the Streets, which is deemed as one of his most notable projects including features from Moneybagg Yo and YFN Lucci. Later that year in August, Durk released a collaborative EP with Lil Reese titled Supa Vultures; the project included his “Nobody Knows”.
On October 19, 2017, Durk carried on with his Signed to the Streets series with the highly anticipated Signed to the Streets 2.5. The mixtape included the start of yet another song series titled “India” dedicated to his fiancé India Cox otherwise known as India Royale.
In 2018, Durk released two projects, he begun with Just Cause Y’all Waited, Durk’s highest charting mixtape peaking at #57 on the Billboard 200. Durk then released a sequel to Love Songs for the Streets titled Love Songs 4 the Streets 2. Durk was extremely successful prior to this album, however, many say that this exact album broke Durk into the mainstream rap industry as it had been his first project to chart in the top 10 of the Billboard 200.
The scars of violence run deep in Durk’s discography, particularly arising from the loss of OTF members Nunu (Nuski) and King Von at the hands of gunfire. Both artists are commemorated on his album The Voice, for which a deluxe version was released in 2021.
Anointing himself as the voice of the streets, Durk followed up this project with the release of the collaborative album The Voice of the Heroes with Lil Baby which brought the Chicago native artist his first #1 album.
2020 proved to be yet another prolific year for Durk, and he closed out the year with sixth studio album The Voice. Released in December, The Voice peaked at number three with featured guest appearances from King Von, Young Thug, and YNW Melly.
In June 2021, Durk and Lil Baby topped the Billboard 200 as a duo with The Voice of the Heroes.
- She petty, bitch, I’m petty too (Let’s get it, uh, uh)
- She petty, bitch, I’m petty too (Let’s get it, uh, uh)
- She petty, bitch, I’m petty too, uh, uh (Let’s get it, uh, uh)