Lil Reese Urges Drake To Do A Song With Chief Keef
Lil' Durk recently left the record label, Def Jam, and appeared on a new song from Drake, "Laugh Now, Cry Later," which is the first time he has ever worked with the Toronto rapper.
The outlet says his bars on the song are brief, but either way, his career is obviously continuing to explode. Drake has been an outspoken supporter of drill artists over his career, and was one of the first to speak out in support of Lil Bibby and G Herbo, describing them as "the future."
In 2012, the rapper worked on Lil Reese's track, "Us," alongside Rick Ross, but he still hasn't worked with Chief Keef. Reportedly, Reese wants to see Drake work with Chief Keef sometime in the future.
In 2015, fans thought the two rappers would have a new song out together due to a social media post in which they were hanging out.
As most know, Drake is a busy man these days. Earlier this year, the rapper was spotted out in the Caribbean islands hanging out with Rihanna's brother. However, pictures of the rapper's back were shared online and people weren't all that impressed.
Social media users widely mocked Drake's back-tattoos, writing that many of them were weirdly placed. One user claimed there was nothing wrong with the tattoos on their own, it's just they were lazily positioned on his back.
Lil Reese , on the other hand, has been working on his career. Hailing from Chicago, Reese first came to prominence in the drill scene in the early 2010s. He has worked with people like Fredo Santana and Chief Keef a number of times.
In 2012, he worked with Keef on the single, "I Don't Like," which went to #73 on the Billboard Hot 100. Reese has since dropped a number of mixtapes, six in total, including Supa Savage , a venture with Lil Dirk, and Supa Vultures.
In March of this year, the rapper put Chinese people on blast, blaming them for the coronavirus pandemic, and describing them as "nasty." The rapper never apologized.