300 Days 300 Nights is the follow up mixtape to Lil Durk’s debut album Remember My Name, which the Chicago rapper released earlier this year. If you’re unclear at all about where Lil Durk came from, the bio on his official website probably says it the best, “Lil Durk has always been one of the most consistent members of the Chicago drill scene, but was overshadowed by Chief Keef’s monstrous hype. With Keef now operating in weirder and more low-key territory, Durk has risen as the city’s current flagbearer of street rap.” There you have it. Now signed to French Montana’s Coke Boys label, Lil Durk is coming into his own and making the notorious GBE/OTF sound more accessible to hip-hop fans who may not have been totally down with the crew from Chicago before. On “My Beyonce,” Lil Durk enlists the help of Dej Loaf to ensure that Fetty Wap wouldn’t be the only artist to put out a trap love song in 2015. “Waffle House” features Young Dolph and a hook to remember for a long time to come in which Durk proclaims, “My trap house a Waffle House.” Follow Lil Durk on Twitter @Lildurk_ and download the mixtape at DatPiff.com.