Mr. Banks YOU DAT NIGGA. YOU DOING YOU AND ITS INSPIRING. DONT LET THESE TALKERS TALK YOU DOWN. KEEP IT UP HEAD UP. YOU GETTIN TO IT. RIP YOUR COUSIN FUCK THE OPPS FOR THAT, REAL SHIT. BREAKS MY HEART. KEEP IT UP DURK YOU GOT THE WORLD IN YOUR HANDS. CRUSH IT.
Durk Banks (born October 19, 1992), better known by his stage name Lil Durk is an American rapper from Chicago Illinois. He is signed to the major record label Def Jam as well as French Montana’s Coke Boys imprint. Early lifeedit: Banks was raised in the Englewood area, a particularly notorious neighborhood in Chicago’s South Side. Careeredit: In 2011, Banks was arrested on a weapons charge. He was sentenced to three months in prison, was released on bond and was sent back to complete 87 more days. Durk is affiliated but not a part of Glory Boys Entertainment. Durk started seriously considering rap as a career after the release of his single, “Sneak Dissin”, which received mostly positive feedback. On January 2012, Durk released a remix to his song “L’s Anthem” featuring Yo Gotti, Juelz Santana, Meek Mill and Future. On May 21, 2013, Lil Durk inked a deal on French Montana’s label, Coke Boyz. Legal Issuesedit: In 2011, Banks was arrested on a weapons charge. He was sentenced to three months in prison, was released on bond and was sent back to complete 87 more days. On June 5, 2013, Banks was arrested after throwing a loaded .40 caliber handgun into his car when police approached him on South Green Street in Chicago. He was charged with unlawful use of a weapon by a felon. He was held on 100,000 bond and his lawyer would claim to have nine affidavits from witnesses who confirm Durk’s innocence. One witness also admitted the gun was his.
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Def jam will drop him just like Interscope dropped Keef. These labels sign these guys when they rap about ignorance, then disassociate themselves and use that same "ignorance" to justify the drop. Its all a hustle. 360 deals....milk as much money you can off singles (cause they will never be the type of artist to put out legit albums) then drop them for the next youngster that will fall for the "quick hustle". Todays HipHop buzz doesnt last very long...even with social media. Artist like 2 Chainz knew the nature of the business. Youll only stay hot for a min. Get as much money as you can, save up, invest, cause soon you'll be forgotten. Hopefully Durk is doing the same thing.