Lil Durk has sought out a number of hip-hop's hottest names as collaborative partners throughout 2017, linking up with the likes of Quavo, Lil Yachty, Young Thug, Gucci Mane, and more in a single calendar year. And now he's back again with a couple of the hardest dudes from the trap, Future and Jeezy, on his new Southside-produced song "Goofy."
"Goofy" sounds exactly what you'd expect a collaboration between this trio of artists to sound like. With some booming bass in the background, Future's codeine-laced voice providing the chorus, and Jeezy and Durk rapping about flashy watches, groupies, and driving coupes, it's the perfect street record to throw on in the car as you ride out the final fumes of summer.
It's a wonder these guys found any room in their busy schedules to make this happen. The self-proclaimed Future Hendrix dropped a pair of albums to kick off 2017, Hndrxx and Future, and he continues to grind out features and videos in the same fashion that helped him rise to prominence to begin with. Durk has had a busy 2017 as well, dropping Supa Vultures, a joint EP with Lil Reese.
Jeezy has probably had the quietest year of the three artists, but don't mistake that for inactivity. The streets continue to wait for Snow Season, the album he promised following the release of Trap or Die 3 last October, and popping up alongside Durk and Future could hint that more work is on the horizon.
You can listen to "Goofy" below as well as check out the video.