Lil Durk opens up about his new mixtape, "Signed to the Streets II" hosted by DJ Drama and Don Cannon, dropping before his debut album. The Chicago rapper says he was going for a different sound from the previous mixtape, so he worked with a lot of different producers, including Young Chop. 

During the conversation Durk also revealed that the Rich Homie Quan-produced "I Know" was originally supposed to be his beat, but he didn't stick around until London was finished. However, Durk stayed in touch with the producer and they worked something out for his upcoming project. 

When asked if the mixtape was a part of his Interscope deal, Durk said that they aren't connected, but the project will be available on all the mixtape sites. He also promises that this will be the last project before releasing his debut album, "Remember My Name."

The Chicago rapper says he planned on dropping his debut after the big buzz of his first mixtape, but later decided that he would like to put out another mixtape instead.