In what seems to be the year of the Durkio movement, the OTF leader has yet another album to add to his list of projects. Released the same night as Drake’s “Scary Hours 2”, who many believe pushed Lil Durk’s popularity to an all time high, “OTF Loyal Bros.” stood to showcase what Lil Durk and OTF artists were about. Some of the most notable features on the album included Lil Uzi Vert, Foogiano, and up and coming artist Est Gee. The raw Chicago, drill feel was present throughout the entire album. 23 songs of real street banging music are what fans could easily expect. The OTF label is also recognized by rapper Tee Grizzley. Throughout the project, you can easily identify where flashes of influence of Lil Durk’s recognized sound helped to push this roster to give it their all. Another big name that can be enjoyed throughout the project is the late King Von. Known to be one of Lil Durk’s closest friends prior to his death, King Von helped to push the OTF label as they both began to gain mainstream success. As an ode to paying respect to the label’s fallen solider labelmates Booka600, Memo600, and Thf Zoo dedicate a song to him entitled “Do It For Von.” As mentioned, King Von also makes special guest appearances throughout the album including probably what is the biggest song on the album “Jump”, where a posthumous Von can be heard exchanging verses with Lil Durk and Booa600. From a “Drake Care Package” to being one of the most sought after artists in the industry, Lil Durk is continuing to push his abilities. OTF can definitely sleep well knowing they have a great commanding general. Throughout “OTF Loyal Bros.” it is secure that the sound of the street is well encoded throughout the project. While they may still be mourning the loss of King Von, still expect OTF family to continue pushing that hard, melodic, and drill sound. See artwork below.

Lil Durk and the OTF Crew Drop 'Loyal Boys' Compilation Mixtape | Complex