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Almost Healed, previously titled The Voice 2.0 is the eighth full-length studio album by the Chicago native Lil Durk, following his March 2022 chart-topping 7220.
Lil Durk Almost Healed album
Following the release of Only The Family’s fifth compilation album, Loyal Bros 2 in December 2022, Lil Durk had begun to tease the release of his next album as he captioned his Instagram posts indicating a new album, while often posting “The Voice 2.0” on his Instagram stories.
The album’s official title was announced in an April 2023 interview with XXL in which Durk noted that “2.0” stands for the growth he’s made since the release of its prequel.
After teasing the album’s lead single, “All My Life featuring J. Cole, on May 5, 2023, Durk officially announced the album and noted he changed the title to Almost Healed.
On May 20, 2023, the week of the album’s release, RapCaviar shared a producer list to build anticipation for the album as it featured production from Alicia Keys, Metro Boomin, Southside, and Wheezy, alongside Chopsquad DJ who produced the majority of the LP.
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