Lil Durk and Morgan Wallen; Photo Courtesy of YouTube
Lil Durk and Morgan Wallen; Photo Courtesy of YouTube

WATCH: Lil Durk & Morgan Wallen Throw Rowdy Party At Jason Aldean’s Bar In “Broadway Girls” Music Video

Lil Durk and Morgan Wallen shut down Lower Broadway and Jason Aldean’s Kitchen + Rooftop Bar in the music video for their fan-favorite single, “Broadway Girls.”

On Monday (Dec. 20), the GRAMMY-nominated rapper and country hitmaker surprised fans with the release of the new music video.

The video, directed by Jerry Productions and Justin Clough, finds Lil Durk and Wallen partying in Aldean’s bar and singing along to the track on the vacant street in Nashville, TN.

Watch the “Broadway Girls” music video below.

On Friday (Dec. 17), the East Tennessee native finally dropped the highly-anticipated track, which details a night out in Downtown Nashville with a girl that he met at “Aldeans,” a SoBro bar owned by fellow country star, Jason Aldean.

Sonically, the song is different from anything we’ve ever heard from Wallen. While maintaining his signature deep southern twang, the superstar pushed his musical boundaries further than ever before by incorporating hip-hop elements for a fresh new sound. 

Wallen and Lil Durk blend their voices together flawlessly while traded verses throughout the fan-favorite track.

“I met her down at Aldean’s / she said she that saw me walking in about a mile away / Bean had to take her phone and that just took her smile away / she said I’m too drunk and crazy she don’t like the way I dance / I said you don’t have to join in / she said she’d take a chance / I’ve been kind of crazy since it went down / I get kind lost and this is what I found / girls like you just want to take me around, around and around / there’s two things that you’re going to find out / they don’t love you, and they only love you right now / if I was smarter I would’ve stayed my ass at home and leave them Broadway girls alone / Broadway girls alone / Broadway girls alone…”

The collaboration did not come as a surprise to fans, as Lil Durk gave Wallen his stamp of approval by commenting on the chart-topping hitmaker’s teaser clip, released in early October. When the teaser of “Broadway Girls” appeared on social media, the anthemic tune instantly took the internet by storm as fans begged for its release.

While Wallen did not confirm the tune’s release date at the time, the multi-platinum artist spoke out about the upbeat banger earlier this week during an interview with his longtime friend ERNEST, on the Just Being ERNEST podcast.

During the podcast, the “Sand In My Boots” singer told the host, who is his Big Loud labelmate, that he doesn’t “know what’s going to happen with [the song], but… there [are] a few options.” He then went on to share that he may even leak the song or “it might end up on somebody’s album,” but didn’t confirm whose or when the track would be released.

Lil Durk and Morgan Wallen; Photo Courtesy of YouTube
Lil Durk and Morgan Wallen; Photo Courtesy of YouTube

The world-renowned musician not only name-dropped a bar that he previously frequented, but during the interview with ERNEST, he revealed that he also gave a nod to his cousin Andrew Greene, who goes by Bean.

“Shoutout Andrew Greene, dude, string bean, if you guys hear that in ‘Broadway Girls,’ when it comes out, that’s who we’re talking about,” Wallen said. The shout-out to Greene is during the chorus when Wallen sings, “Bean had to take her phone and that just took her smile away…”

“Broadway Girls” follows the release of Wallen’s “Goin’ Nowhere” collaboration with HARDY and Foo Fighters’ Chris Shiflett on Hixtape Vol. 2. The singer is gearing up to release another duet called “Flower Shops” with his longtime friend and collaborator ERNEST on December 31. “Flower Shops” is available for pre-order now HERE.

The song was released just hours after the news broke that Wallen donated $20,000 worth of toys, clothes and more to 200 underprivileged children.

Additionally, Morgan Wallen’s sophomore project, Dangerous: The Double Album, closed out the year as the best-selling album of any genre.

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