Lil Durk isn’t what you would call a lyrical rapper.

That’s by design.

During a discussion of J. Cole’s much-discussed verse on Smurk’s new track “All My Life” the Chiraq spitter said he’s not always so big on spitters who go big on words.

“You know I ain’t super big on lyricist-type rappers. Cole was one of them ones that, like, him and JAY, you gotta play them 50 times to catch what they’re saying,” Durk said. “Like, if you listen to Lil Wayne right now and you heard some sh*t 10 years ago that you just catch onto today. But Cole definitely gave me one of them verses and I appreciate it. ‘Cause he ain’t even have to, for real. He could’ve given us anything.”

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