Lil Durk vents in “Therapy Session/Pelle Coat,” with an appearance from Alicia Keys.

Lil Durk has once again graced us with his latest release, “Therapy Session/Pelle Coat,” leading up to the much-awaited drop of his upcoming album Almost Healed, which hits streaming services tonight. This track, a beautiful blend of piano-infused melodies and raw lyricism, resonates deeply with the listener, capturing the essence of Durk’s personal experiences, struggles, and emotions. I hate to say this, but these pain-filled tracks are some of my favorite from Durk’s.

Durk showcases his growth as an artist while staying true to the sound and foundation of his music that fans have come to love. The pain and authenticity in each lyric are palpable, as he bares his soul and allows us to glimpse into his struggles and triumphs. It’s a testament to Durk’s ability to craft songs that touch the heart and evoke genuine emotions, connecting with his listeners on a personal level.

The visual, expertly shot by Grade A Films, elevates the song to another level. It can only be described as a cinematic masterpiece. The presence of Alicia Keys as Durk’s therapist adds an extra layer of depth and symbolism to the narrative. As Durk navigates various dim-lit environments, such as his car, a church, and the streets of Chicago, he pours out his thoughts and feelings, capturing the essence of his therapy session. The video encapsulates the artist’s journey towards healing while maintaining an engaging aesthetic.

With each release, he continues to captivate his audience, drawing them into his world and allowing them to connect profoundly with his music.

Peep “Therapy Session/Pelle Coat” on YouTube below!