Earlier this week, Lil Durk released 7220, his seventh studio album. The EP includes 17 tracks with additional guest appearances from Summer Walker, Gunna, Future, and Morgan Wallen. The Chicago star released a new visual on Wednesday (Mar. 14) for “Barbarian,” in which Durk reunites with his old stomping grounds and reminisces about his street life:
The accompanying video includes footage that shows Durk in his current phase of life, courtesy of his go-to director Jerry Production. Besides footage of him in an arena filled with fans, hanging out with his kids, visiting different locations with his crew, and much more, Durk does not miss an opportunity to display his money and jewelry as well as his private jet.
In addition to The Voice of the Heroes, 7220 follows last year’s The Voice of the Heroes, which had 18 songs and contributions from Young Thug, Meek Mill, Travis Scott, and Rod Wave. across This is Durk’s first Billboard 200 number one after selling a staggering 150,000 album equivalent units in its first week. Following the success of The Voice, Durk released the number two album The Voice in 2020. About a month after it first served as a number two release, it received a Deluxe upgrade.