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Lil Durk and Meek Mill have built a strong friendship over the years. During a recent radio interview, Lil Durk reflected on a time he was honest with Meek, who wanted to pull up on him and visit Chicago’s O’Block neighborhood where Durkio once called home prior to moving to Atlanta.

With the losses of his brother DThang and protégé King Von, the OTF leader got candid and humbly admitted he’s unsure if his former hometown is safe for him to travel through at times, never mind bringing another famous rapper into the fold.

“Meek told me that a long time ago, he was like, ‘I’m gon’ come to your hood,'” Durk recalled. “I’m like, ‘At your own risk, bro.’ I’m not gonna sit up here and tell you, ‘You good, bro.’ I’m not even good, you know what I mean?”

Meek Mill and Lil Durk toured together in 2019 and have connected on numerous collaborations and could have another heater on their hands come Friday (August 27). On Instagram, Meek confirmed the highly-anticipated “Sharing Locations” featuring Durk and Lil Baby would arrive this week. The track is produced by Dreamchasers beatmaker Nick Papz.



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“I’ma dropping sharing locations in Houston @LilBaby @LilDurk Big Bomb! The Voice.. The Hero.. The Motivation! Pro by @Nick_Papz,” he wrote.

Meek, Lil Baby and Lil Durk were spotted filming the video for “Sharing Locations” throughout Atlanta earlier in 2021.