Lil Durk and J. Cole Share Motivational New Track “All My Life”: Stream

From the Chicago rapper's upcoming album, Almost Healed

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Lil Durk and J. Cole in “All My Life” video (via YouTube)

    Lil Durk has landed a guest feature from J. Cole on “All My Life,” a motivational track from the Chicago rapper’s upcoming album, Almost Healed.

    Produced by Dr. Luke, “All My Life” features a children’s choir as Durk looks back at surviving against all odds. “You can’t blame my past no more, I come from the trenches/ Some said I’d never be a superstar, but I know I’m different,” he spits, before rapping about “tryna better my health.”

    On the second verse, Cole addresses rappers dying too young (“I never even heard of lil’ buddy/ ‘Til somebody murdered lil’ buddy”) before blasting the media for sensationalizing their deaths: “And media thirsty for clicks/ I got a new rule/ If you ain’t never posted a rapper when he was alive/ You can’t post about him after he get hit.”


    Watch the accompanying music video, directed by Steve Cannon, below.

    J. Cole recently guested on “on the street,” a collaboration with BTS’ j-hope. In January, the North Carolina rapper dropped “procrastination (broke),” which he recorded after searching “J. Cole type beat” on YouTube.

    Almost Healed is out May 26th via Alamo Records/Sony Music Entertainment, and serves as the follow-up to Durk’s 2022 album 7220, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200. Pre-orders are ongoing.