Polo G Defiantly Proclaims That He, The Kid Laroi, Or Lil Durk, Has No Return

With the success he's had this year, he's closer than ever to living up to the title of his record.

Polo G has come a long way since his days in the Chicago slums, and he now refuses to return. That’s the story behind his rebellious Hall Of Fame track “No Return,” which features Lil Durk and The Kid Laroi. The three rappers count stacks and battle their way out of a post-apocalyptic wasteland in the video, which centers on an armored truck heist and a chemical facility where Polo and his comrades create enigmatic blue crystals.

Polo’s new album, which was released yesterday night and features a range of collaborators, including Lil Wayne on “Gang Gang” and Nicki Minaj on “For The Love Of New York,” comes amid a breakout year for Polo. He’s been featured on Lil Tjay’s “Headshot,” Rod Wave’s “Richer,” and the Boogie soundtrack alongside Pop Smoke on “Fashion.” He’s also become a sought-after guest artist, having contributed to Lil Tjay’s “Headshot,” Rod Wave’s “Richer,” and the Boogie soundtrack alongside Pop Smoke on “Fashion.” With “Rapstar,” he also achieved his first career No. 1. With the success he’s had this year, he’s closer than ever to living up to the title of his record.

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