Lil Durk has dropped off his latest studio album, Almost Healed.
Clocking in at almost an hour, the 21-track record features guest appearances from J. Cole on “All My Life,” Future on “Never Imagined,” 21 Savage on “War About It,” Kodak Black on “Grandson,” Rob49 on “Same Side,” the late Juice WRLD on “Cross The Globe” and Morgan Wallen on “Stand By Me.” Alicia Keys also joins Durkio in the opening track “Therapy Session,” on top of production work from Metro Boomin, Southside, Zaytoven and more.
Almost Healed, which was initially titled The Voice 2.0, hears Durkio run through his traumas — including the death of his brother, previous manager and childhood friend King Von — while balancing it out with being a good father, partner and businessman, as well as an all-around citizen who gives back to his community.
“I got a therapist so I cope different. You know, it don’t just gotta be I’m finna go take all these drugs, or I’m finna go get my feelings like this. I got my family, I got my girl, I got a therapist, I got my kids and I got the studio,” Durk previously told XXL Magazine, adding that he is back on track to getting his GED and becoming a better version of himself. “I got a tutor now. I did it before, but I was unfocused. I just started back. So, definitely doing good with that. And just getting my mind and my body right and getting more into the religion [being a Muslim]. Just making my brothers and them make better decisions. Leading by example.”
Almost Healed marks his eight studio effort and follows March 2022’s 7220, which included contributions from Future, Gunna, Summer Walker, Morgan Wallen, Moneybagg Yo, EST Gee, Doodie Lo, Ella Mai and A Boogie wit da Hoodie and went on to debut at No. 1.
Stream Lil Durk’s Almost Healed on Spotify and Apple Music and watch the visual for “Therapy Session/Pelle Coat” above.
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