Ahhh Ha

Album: 7220 (2022)
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Songfacts®:

  • This diss drill track is Lil Durk's retort to YoungBoy Never Broke Again's "Bring The Hook."
  • YoungBoy's song references the murder of Durk's friend King Von and disses the late Chicago MC's neighborhood. Durk responds with shots at YoungBoy's ex-girlfriend Jania Meshell, who has a history with Von, along with several overt and subliminal disses directed at the Baton Rouge rapper.
  • The chorus finds Lil Durk addressing NLE Choppa, after he urged the rapper not to respond to Youngboy's beef. Durk threatens to ignore the advice and go after his rival.
  • Lil Durk released "Ahhh Ha" as a single on February 22, 2022. YoungBoy quickly responded with another diss track aimed at Durk, "I Hate YoungBoy."
  • Southside supplied the menacing, piano-led production. His other credits include 21 Savage and Metro Boomin's "No Heart" and Kodak Black's "Tunnel Vision."
  • The Jerry Productions-directed video finds Lil Durk in the block where he grew up in Englewood, Chicago. He rages at Youngboy, accompanied by his Only the Family crew and a million US dollars in cash.

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