Chicago native Lil Durk continues to promote his recently released 'Signed to the Streets 2' mixtape with a visual for the high-octane number 'I Made It.' Directed by Christian Breslauer, the video gives a glimpse at the rapper's stuntastic lifestyle.

Opening with a shot of a city skyline, the clip shows Durk and crew partying in a strip club while making it rain on a voluptuous dancer. The rhymer speeds off in a high-end sports car after spending his well-earned cash. "All the fancy cars, fancy clothes, fancy hoes, I got it / Everything I got right now, as a kid, I couldn't imagine," the spitter raps, detailing all of the things that signify his success.

'I Made It,' produced by Young Chop, is a triumphant, albeit cliche anthem aimed towards his naysayers, which is catchy as well as feel-good. Fans of the Durk can also expect a new official release from the OTF representative in the coming year.

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