Lil Durk shows just how cold it is in Chi-town these days with his new music video "Times." Sure, the A Zae-directed clip captures snow drizzling down to the ground. However, this is no Winter wonderland, as Durk describes the hate and violence that takes place on an everyday basis. "Niggas want me dead/I can't go," Durk declares over the weighty production from Fade. Like Bob Dylan in 1964, Durk sees that the times, they are a-changin'. Unfortunately, it doesn't look like it's for the better. Still, he's got his team with him until the end. Loyalty has its perks, especially in the streets.

"Times" is off of Durk's latest mixtape Signed To The Streets. More recently, the 21-year-old rapper joined French MontanaChinx Drugz, and the rest of the squad on Coke Boys 4.

[via WSHH]

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