Lil Durk's single "L's Anthem" was one of the most iconic singles to come out of Chicago last year, as well as one of the songs that helped launch the rapper's career and land him a deal with Def Jam. Quite a bit has changed in the time since the original dropped: Most recently, the rapper joined French Montana's Coke Boys crew.
Appropriately, French hops on the remix and Durk addresses some of the changes he's seen in the last year and a half with a new verse that notes some of the scrutiny he's come under (driving the point home, Chicago Police can be seen watching the shoot in the background of the video).
Durk premiered the video earlier on WorldStar:
The song is still hit material, and it will likely appear on Durk's forthcoming Signed to the Streets, due out September 17. Check out the Zae-directed video above.