Author: Sean Sickler
Cleveland artist, Da Baby, has given news to his fans that he has a unreleased track with J Cole. The blow up artist, Da Baby, has become a name that everyone knows as of lately. After his track "Suge" released, it gained him a large amount of traction in the game; but what solidified it for him was the release of his most recent album, "Baby On Baby" which was loaded with tracks that took the charts by storm like "Baby Sitter" and "Goin Baby".
Another name that we have been seeing in the spotlight lately is J Cole. While his fans patiently wait for "Revenge of the Dreamers III" he has been hopping on a load of features lately. This is definitely going to be a cool mix to see on a track, but it might be reminiscent of Moneybagg Yo's track "Say Na" featuring J Cole where Cole puts on a trappy verse to switch it up. Either way, this track is going to be a banger and definitely something to look forward to.
Author: Justin Grome
Amassing a large scale of followers across the board and millions of streams across all major distribution platforms, Skaa finally decided to release his long anticipated debut project titled "Just An EP". His album title might not seem very complex, but the lyrics and thought behind it surely are. Skaa's first ever project consists of individual perfections included in one big masterpiece. With this EP, he's trying to give the world a little taste of what he can bring to the game. The project is introspective, telling a story of experiences being a new rapper and coming up in the industry. He wants each and every listener to be inspired and chase every dream and aspiration they have.
Skaa gave many sneak peeks at some singles on the project throughout the months coming up to today's release to tease fans and they went nuts! The studio recordings hyped just about every single one of his followers and led him to bring us this great work of art.
Check out Skaa's "Just An EP" below:
Author: Sean Sickler
Zone 3 artist from Florida, Denzel Curry, is back with another heavy hitting album filled with harsh delivery and deadly flows. Coming into the game strong with collaborations with widely known artists such as: Rick Ross, Joey Bada$$, and XXXTentacion; Denzel wanted to make his own mark in the game. Between his speaker knocking beats, to his machine gun flow, he has carved out his out lane in the game and will continue to do so. Curry has been known to switch up his style from album to album, and even took to Twitter to say:
"All my albums aren't mean tot sound the same. You like Imperial go listen to Imperial, you like taboo go listen to Taboo, you like N64 go listen to N64, Different albums Different state of mind"
The album starts off with the introduction and self titled track, "ZUU". Leading off with an ominous beat with Denzel melodically singing before the bass kicks. The whole beat and vibe of the track switches up as he delivers a cutthroat flow, rhyming about the city he is from while portraying himself as the overseer of it all. This track is definitely one of the standout hits no the project. The next track "RICKY" was previously released as a single before the album was to drop; but this track does not let down either. Rapping about his father and pays tribute to the knowledge he has given him overtime. Following the common theme of staying true to yourself and the ones around you, Denzel stays to the idea that one should:
"Never trust no man but your brothers, and never leave your day ones in the gutter"
The third track "WISH" is a complete switch up from what the first two tracks were. Starting off with an old R&B sample and melodic bells chiming in the background as Curry rhymes about the times that he wishes things could go back to as they were. Understanding that he has lost a lot through the days, he has changed as an artist and a person and must continue to do so for the ones he has lost. This track features Kiddo Marv who comes in on the last verse to rap things up and pay homage to those who are gone; a truly beautiful and deep track. Following up this track is "BIRDZ", which is the perfect track to describe Denzel Curry's discography. Featuring Rick Ross, this track is yet another ominous and dark beat with hard knocking bass with some devilish synths altering in the background as Curry changes multiple flows. Nodding to his city and the drugs that have affected his life and those who sell drugs, I found myself nodding my head the whole time to this track.
The fifth track, produced by none other than Tay Kieth, is an absolute slap. "AUTOMATIC" is definitely my favorite track of the album due to the sheer lyricism and the beat. Tay Kieth is a producer that once you hear his tag in the beginning of the song, you already know it is going to be a certified banger. Head banging and a catchy chorus, this track is going to be the perfect one for a mosh pit at his concerts. The following track, "SPEEDBOAT" was also released as a single before the release of the album, and this was the most recent one. Accompanied with a music video, this track did not due to much for me honestly. I felt like this sounded like a lot of his other songs and similarly sketched out with a melodic singing mixed with rapping.
The interlude track of the album, "BUSY B INTERLUDE" is a very short, yet beautiful track. I can hear myself playing this one on a late night car ride at the beach or just riding around with friends. I wish that this track was longer, yet I do understand that this is an interlude. "YOO" is not a track either, this is just a little funny sketch of Denzel's friend speaking to each other about what they need for a party and every time whoever is speaking on the phone, they answer with "YOO". Paying homage to a common slang that goes on around where he is from.
After these two interlude tracks, "CAROLMART" follows up featuring Ice Billion Berg. This track is a song that is supposed to be embodying the style of Florida art and the 305 area. Rhyming and scheming with many gun bars, this track is a banger for sure and is a song I can see adding to a hype up playlist of some sort. Heavy bass and dark bars mixed together makes this yet another perfect track for Denzel Curry. The 10th track, "SHAKE 88" featuring Sam Sneak,is another track that I did not really enjoy either. The beat is not one that I could see enjoying even after listening to it multiple times. It seems to be more of a club song and that is not my style, but I can see some people liking this song. In my opinion, this is the weakest song on the album.
The second to last track, "BLACKLAND 66.6" is supposed to be a radio station sort of interlude. Supposed to be moving into the last track which is "P.A.T". Produced by Ronny J and featuring PlayThatBoiZay, this track has Curry rapping many gun bars with a distorted voice. This track is also one of my favorites because it reminds me of Denzel's album "N64" and that was when I had first discovered Denzel. PlayThatBoiZay definitely held his own on this track, through his yelling and delivery, he made sure he gets what he wants.
Overall, "ZUU" was a pretty good album. With 3 of the 12 tracks being interludes, and feeling iffy about 3 of the tracks, I ended up liking about half of this album. The tracks that I did enjoy though, will definitely be on repeat and will grow even more on me. I plan on giving this album a few more listens to see the story that Denzel is trying to portray. I definitely do recommend checking this album out for yourself. Let us know what you think and give your opinions on this album by Denzel Curry.
Author: Sean Sickler
Trippie Redd is known for his numerous amounts of snippets that have been straight bangers. Releasing his latest track today, "Under Enemy Arms" and it is yet another banger by the Ohio native artist.
Teasing one of his tracks last week, "Sleeping Beauty" that had went viral with over 1 million views solely on Instagram, Trippie has been building the hype for his upcoming album that currently has no date but he has stated that it will be a "R&B type album".
âAnnouncing that this track would release on the 29th, Trippie and some of his friends were posting this picture below to help build the hype.
Check out the banger of a track below and let us know what you think!
By: Sean Sickler
On May 24, YG released his fourth studio album, “4Real 4Real”. Many fans were eagerly waiting for YG to drop this project. He heavily promoted his album on Instagram until the day of. The original date for the project to drop was in April - as a surprise - but after the late rapper Nipsey Hussle passed away, he pushed the date back. Nipsey’s death took a huge toll on the hip-hop community as many rappers took a step back to mourn his death. The Compton based rapper released two singles earlier this year - “Stop Snitchin”, and “Go Loko” prior to the album. Also shown at the bottom of the cover art, you can see that says “In loving memory of Nipsey Hussle”.
Now that this project has arrived, the guest features are quite diverse from what YG fans are used to. These features include Meek Mill, Kamaiyah, Tyga, Ty Dolla $ign, DaBaby and Boogie, among others. DJ Mustard produced many of these songs as well. Lyrically, he is at his best when his life inspires his music. A storyteller needs a story, and YG nothing less than a storyteller.
In an interview with Billboard, YG said music is his safe haven and is his escape from the dark times in his life."If I'm not doing music, I feel depressed...I feel like I ain't shit. I like to create, and right now, I know where I want to be, and I know how to get there."
In the opening track “Hard Bottoms & White Socks”, it starts with a small applause that would hear in a small club of some sort. YG is talking as if he is introducing himself. This song could have been recorded after Nipsey’s death because he says “Let the marathon continue.” He raps about what he brings to the rap game in a confident manner, no uncertainty in his voice. “I’m the face of this shit.” A slower beat but this is a great intro to lead off the album.
The next track - “Bottle Service” - the beat goes straight in and is at a fast pace. The production is a huge switch up from the intro. It gives off that old-ish West Coast, bouncy vibe. YG’s approach to this track is more aggressive than normal on this track specifically. The breaks in between his verses with the woman calling the guy a scrub are a good addition to the song as well and seemed to work better than a hook would have.
The third track, “In The Dark”, is another collaboration between the YG and DJ Mustard. Both of the previous tracks are as well. The vibe on this song is that West Coast, bouncy type too. It almost can compare to Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” w the rapper singing “The freaks come out at night” and the low pitch, menacing laugh at the end of the song. The breathing textures heard are also a great touch.
“Go Loko” was the second single released prior to the album. A guitar, some chords, and a bed speak are all heard in yet another Mustard beat. Another slower track, but sets the mood well. The hook by Tyga is simple and very catchy. His verse is what you would expect from him. Jon Z helps this ethnic track by adding his Latin trap vibes. He comes with a nice groove and great Spanish flow. I had no idea what he was saying but he is a great inclusion to the song.
“Stop Snitchin” - the first track released prior to the album also made an appearance on the album. This was a huge diss track to all of the snitches out there, but mainly rapper 6ix9ine after ratting out his fellow gang members about crimes they committed to reduce his own sentence. Could this song also mean that someone snitched on him? This beat can be heard on Glokknine’s song “5&1 challenge” released in late 2018. Aside from that, the music video is quite a controversial one. Who knows what they were thinking in the process of making this but it is now out there for the world to see.
The sixth track, “I Was On The Block” is heavy bass influenced. The first beat, you can feel the bass hit. YG came in cool, calm and collected for this track. His flow fluid, effortless, seamless. This song brings the gangster rap vibes we all love from YG. “Yeah, I had a meeting with Kanye.” The advice he says Kanye gave him sounds accurate. Then Valee comes in with his whispery type flow and Boogie finishes with his voice slicing through the beat with ease. Personally, I don’t like high pitched voices like Boogie’s but chemistry is shown with these three in this song.
YG came a long way from the funky prejudice of “She Wish She Was” on his album “Still Brazy.” Again, he is great at telling stories and this is another perfect example of the Compton rapper doing so. This is the smoothest rapping can get. Keisha’s story is going good thus far until he introduces two new characters - Chris and Ray. This song has a bunch of twists and turns through both relationships. Keisha meets Ray and he fell in love with her, then Keisha leaves Ray for a hooper named Chris and eventually, Chris goes to the league and cheats on her leaving Ray in the dust.
At this point, the album slows down here once again with “Heart 2 Heart.” This is yet another well-produced track as have all of these tracks so far. YG’s verse is another story about a conversation with his friend. Meek’s verse is about one of his friends being released from jail but from selling drugs, he went back again. “Yeah, my dawg just came home, he just did a dime...Got locked, went up for bail, got that shit denied / On parole, he in the hole, barely calling home” Arin Ray and Rose Gold’s collab on the hook is great together. With all four of these artists coming together, it makes a winning line up.
The album seems to smooth out at this point with the song “Play Too Much.” The beat is delightful and YG’s storytelling keeps on going with this track. Talking about a story that ended with him getting played by a woman. He doesn’t sound mad - but angry. Was this a woman whom he saw a future with? Possibly. “Play Too Much” is the story of a player who got played. This is a record only YG could make.
Track ten named “Do Not Disturb” featuring Kamaiyah and G-Eazy brings back the upbeat tempo part of the album. Kamaiyah’s verse came in hard and finished hard and adds an infectious bounce that can be felt throughout the whole song. In the second verse, YG raps “YG can’t rap? Bitch I got bars,” maybe some crude criticism that inspired him to more effort into his songwriting. Then Eazy finishes with his classic Bay area flow and vibe.
The next track is “Do Yo Dance” featuring Kamaiyah, RJ, Mitch, and Ty Dolla $ign. I can see this track’s music video being Blueface crip walking while YG is blood walking. This can easily be played on radio’s throughout the nation to enhance the feel of the West side. Kamaiyah goes off again on a back to back song. RJ and Mitch also have solid verses. Ty wraps up this song by bringing his soul vibe to the track. This song definitely goes to YG’s roots.
Track number twelve - “Her Story” featuring Day Sulan. Personally, I have never heard her sing before but this song left a good impression on me. This track could be an interlude. She has a good voice, a nice flow and is telling a woman’s story. I am looking to hear more from her in the future.
The deepest track by far on this album isn’t even a song - it’s a speech he gave at Nipsey Hussle’s funeral. “My Last Words”. “My brother from the other color.” He’s very sincere in how much he appreciated and admired their relationship. We love you Nip. Rest in power.
The final track is a little bit of a bonus track I think. It is a remix of “Stop Snitchin” featuring DaBaby. Knowing DaBaby hopped on this beat is something to get hype over. I think DaBaby’s verse should have gone first and then YG finishes the song. But overall this was a good remix and I will be back for more.
Overall, this album was worth the wait. Some might dispute that this is not the “real YG.” The only problem I had with this album is that it did not flow very well. It went from slow to fast and back to slow. I wish it had went slow to fast or fast to slow to make the songs flow better. This was YG at his most inspired and he elevated to a higher level with the album.
Author: Sean Sickler
Today, Young Thug, Travis Scott, and J Cole teamed up for one of the best tracks of the year. After the announcement went around at Rolling loud, 30 minutes before the global release at 6 P.M, J Cole tweeted this to get the hype on social media up instantly:
"Cole Thug Travis dropping in 24 minutes"
Providing a booming baseline and heavy snares/high hats, this track is a certified banger.
Travis and Young Thug have a plethora of released and unreleased tracks. Between songs like "Pick Up The Phone", "Maria I'm Drunk", and "Skyfall". But we have yet to hear J Cole and Thug on the same song, and on top of that, all these of these rap juggernauts on one track. J Cole and Thugger's bond has grown stronger this past year because J Cole brought Young Thug on his KOD Tour. The fans are definitely in for a treat with this one. With the track finally here, this track will be "a summer anthem".
Check it out below:
Author: Sean Sickler
Los Angeles native, Tyrone William Griffin Jr, formally known as Ty Dolla $ign, is back with another summer banger. Enlisting the rap juggernaut J. Cole on this track, expect to hear it bumping on the radio stations very soon. Teasing this track for a while, but then finally announcing that it would feature J. Cole hyped up the track even more.
This smooth track is quite short for the two; only lasting 2 minutes and 43 seconds, but it is quite the perfect length for these two to link up on a track. Like all other J. Cole features, he has the final verse to wrap the track up with a lyrical mix of his own. Both the artists put in work on this smooth, head nodding track to ensure that this will be another one for the hit list for both of these artists.
Check out this fire track below.
Author: Eugene Robinson
On May 17th at midnight, Hip-hop’s biggest cheerleader, DJ Khaled released his long-awaited album - “Father of Asahd.” Although Khaled is a great hype man, he is even more exceptional at bringing in popular artists to make his track pop. He featured many big names on his songs such as Cardi B, 21 Savage, Lil Baby, John Legend, Big Sean, Beyoncé, Jay-Z, and the late Nipsey Hussle to name some.
All of these tracks compliment the artists’ style in different ways. Every artist brought their A-game, and it showed in every song on the album. To start, the song “Holy Mountain,” Khaled added his own hip-hop twist to a reggae beat with the artists 070 Shake, Mavado, Sizzla & Buju Banton.
Khaled even collaborated with another producer, Tay Keith, on the song “Wish Wish” with Cardi B and 21 Savage. This song is the classic trap type beat and both artists going off in the process. Tay Keith was the perfect producer to create a beat for these two artists. This song provides the trap banger that the people want and would have missed if not added.
The track “Jealous” features a creative trio with the artists Big Sean, Lil Wayne, and Chris Brown. This song is all about being jealous of a couple being together. “Girl, they just jealous, jealous, jealous / Don't want us together, 'gether, 'gether.” This song is a great summer vibe to listen to with your significant other and laugh about people who hate on your relationship. With C Breezy’s melodic and catchy chorus, Weezy’s auto-tune sing-songy flow, and Sean Don’s punchlines, this song is bound to be in the Top 100.
The album continues with the track named “Just Us” featuring SZA Khaled samples the iconic OutKast song “Mrs. Jackson” and SZA does a great job of expressing herself goes through many complex musical changes. The song is a vibe that you can chill to and bob your head with your special someone. Another amazing collab, of many, on the album.
In the next song, “You Stay,” the group of artists would not typically be seen on the same song but Khaled made it work. This song features Jeremih, J Balvin, Meek Mill, and Lil Baby. The intro to start the song is a sample from India’s song “No Me Conviene.” with her singing about a perspective of a woman in relationships that deal with the pain and anger associated with betrayal and unfaithfulness. For the rest of the song, Jeremih, J Balvin, Meek Mill, and Lil Baby all question why women stay in relationships they are not happy in. “Why, oh why? / Do you ride, do you stick by his side / If he makes you cry every night?”
Continuing with the next song “Celebrate” featuring Post Malone and Travis Scott is quite the interesting duo to pick on a track together, but they showed out. Although this song is the first collab between both artists, they proved their two different styles of rap can create a hit song as well. As Khaled says at the end of this song, “As we continue to celebrate / Celebrate life / It's always love.”
A song that does belong and could be seen as a tribute is the song “Higher” with John Legend and the late rapper Nipsey Hussle. This might be Hussle’s last guest verse on a song and even seems to have written his own eulogy as well as looking back on his dad’s humble journey from Africa to Los Angeles. Khaled is not heard as much on this song may be for the reason that the lyrics need to be heard with minimal unnecessary interruptions so listeners can soak in the full message. The music video to this song was filmed a few days before Hussle passed away. It is a very touching and heartwarming tribute and deserves to do amazing numbers.
As the album goes on, the next song featuring CeeLo Green and hip-hop legend Nas perform the song “Won’t Take My Soul.” This song is explaining about the sadness of their lives and Nas goes into depth about what hit him the most, such as the death of Selena and throws a shot at her killer - Yolanda Saldívar. “Pray for the day I bust a nina on that bitch who shot Selena.” Nas also speaks on not being able to trust anybody and missing his friends in the second verse. “Damn, I wish all my dawgs was here”.
Meek Mill and Lil Baby were also featured on the track “Weather the Storm” Meek melodically raps about his recent struggles and his come up into the rap game. “I went to war with the system, to give my son toys on Christmas...I know you see me on top of my game, ain't see me declining.” Baby goes back to roots revisiting his “Street Gospel/Harder Than Hard” days. All around, this is a killer combo to knock out Streetrunner’s production.
Former rivals, Jeezy and Rick Ross, come together in the next track - “Big Boy Talk.” Fans of either artist would know that they had major beef in the 2010s. Since then have fixed their relationship and have collaborated on tracks such as "War Ready" and "Like Them." Both artists show their witty humor in the one-liners. Ross says “You niggas headline the Fyre Festivals.”
Beyoncé and Jay-Z also made an appearance with Future in the song “Top Off”, that Khaled previously released on March as well. This trio also dropped a song on his last studio album, “Grateful.” During this song, Bey and Jay tackle the issue of crime and punishment - specifically Meek Mills imprisonment, his Maybach, his not being able to “wheelie in this free world” without getting jailed.
DJ Khaled got another producer by the name of Joe Zarrillo for the song “Freak N You” featuring Lil Wayne and Gunna. This is another combo of artists that have not been seen but work well with each other. The song that is sampled is Jodeci's "Freek'n You," which peaked at No. 14 on the Hot 100 in 1995. Both seemed to not put in much effort into this song. They both threw in some lazy bars in and could have been better overall. Maybe another feature or different could have made this beat pop more such as Justin Bieber or Drake.
Speaking of Bieber, he appears in the song “No Brainer” along with Chance the Rapper and Quavo which was released last summer appeared on this album. This song caught lots of attention and peaked to No. 5 on the Hot 100. Khaled got this trio back together after the hit 2017 song that sparked “I’m the One” and made, yet again, another summer bop to add to the album
Big Sean shows out in his solo track “Thank You” speaking on his past struggles and proving that he belongs with the best of them. Sean shows his cleverness throughout this whole song and does prove that he belongs with the best of them. The punchlines hit hard and he namedrops “Kill Bill”, “90210” and “Wu-Tang Clan” during his three-minute masterpiece. He even namedrops his ex Ariana Grande rapping “Plus I gotta thank my exes on some "thank u, next" shit/ And all the old times that gave me new perspectives.” With a new album on the way, the Sean Don is making sure he is not being forgotten about - simply a wake- up call to his fan and haters.
To close his 11th studio album, Khaled gets Buju Banton one last time for the track, “Holy Ground.” Banton speaks on keeping strength and marching through the oppression. Essentially telling the listening - no matter what life throws at you, you can get through it.
Overall, this album was a tremendous work of art - despite the few blunders. He brought together some of the hottest artists out and assembled them to hold the summer down once again. I will be playing this album all summer because it gives off the positive vibes everyone searches for.
We thank you, DJ Khaled.
Author: Sean Sickler
This past Friday, Tyler, The Creator released his latest album "IGOR" and it is definitely a new chapter to add to his career.
A few hours Tyler posted on Twitter this photo below. This photo was to prep his fans and the listeners of the album for what was to come. Starting it off by saying that this is not like any of his other albums, and it is completely and sonically different than all the others. Giving instructions on how to listen to the album and where to listen to it for the first listen built up the hype even more for die hard Tyler fans and even new coming fans.
Starting off this album with the track, "IGOR'S THEME", it was definitely a wow factor for the album. With one of the co-writers and vocalists on the track being Lil Uzi Vert, I was definitely stunned. My first listen of this track I did not know how to feel, but after a few more listens I realized this track would be one I could see myself bumping on a late night car ride because of the eerie yet open vibe to it.
The next track "EARFQUAKE" has the help of Playboi Carti and a heavenly beat, this track all around is what I was expecting and wanted from the album.
The next track "I THINK" is a nod to falling in love and hit home for me. This track has a dancey beat to it, an insane sample, and beat switch up towards the end. Definitely my favorite one off of the whole album, the meaning behind it and the vibe to it as a whole.
The following track "EXACTLY WHAT YOU RUN FROM YOU END UP CHASING" is a short interlude which runs into "RUNNING OUT OF TIME" which features vocals from Frank Ocean is another love track, but with a negative feel. This track, from my listening, is Frank and Tyler speaking to a lover of theirs that there is an upcoming split to the relationship and they do not know how to feel or make the decision.
Following this love track is "NEW MAGIC WAND" which I honestly do not know how to feel about. This seems to be one of those tracks that is going to grow over time on me; the grimy beat with the dark lyrics is definitely unique to Tyler and reminiscent of his older music.
My second favorite track of the album follows, which is named "A BOY IS A GUN". Definitely one of the softer tracks off the album which is based around comparing his love and personality to that of a gun. Tyler goes thoroughly in depth to his love in this track and makes me feel as though I am in his shoes, a beautiful track overall.
"PUPPET" is another track that begins off with a grimy beat that transitions into a smooth and soft love track based around being a puppet of love, and being controlled by their lover. This track features vocals from Kanye West and is another one of the standout tracks on the album, with a short verse from Kanye towards the end with the unexpected beat switch up makes this track a classic.
"WHAT'S GOOD" follows that of "NEW MAGIC WAND" with the dark beat and harsh delivery of the lyrics. Tyler goes into why he is "IGOR" and how he is dangerous at times but when the electric piano comes in, it shines the light onto his softer side.
The following track, "GONE,GONE/THANK YOU" is one of the best tracks of the album as well. The whole spacey vibe, catchy vocals, and wavy beat makes this track a sonically beautiful track to listen to solely for the beat. Definitely another track that I can picture myself driving late at night with some friends, just vibing to.
The last two tracks of the album, in my mind, work hand in hand together and should be listened to one after the other. "I DON'T LOVE YOU ANYMORE" and "ARE WE STILL FRIENDS?" are the two songs where Tyler has finally broken it off with his lover and is able to admit to himself that he does not feel how he used to towards them. "ARE WE STILL FRIENDS" is Tyler confessing that although he doesn't love this person anymore, he still wants to remain friends to keep their memories alive.
Overall, this album is a huge switch up to Tyler, The Creator as an artist and I am totally down for it. Feeling deeply for each track, after the first listen, I was able to gauge that this album is one of my favorite releases of 2019 so far. This album is one that I can see myself playing in the background of almost any situation because it has those beats that put you into your happy place and help you understand the deeper meanings to love.
Thank you Tyler for making yet another classic album.
By Kailey Carty
It’s been nearly a year since Lil Uzi Vert first teased the title of his upcoming album Eternal Atake and half of that time he has claimed it finished and ready. His retirement announcement in favor of a more "normal life" threw fans for a loop and raised a lot of questions. Why drop a new album at all if he plans to retire? Will he hold back the album as a result of the retirement?
Will he appear in any collaborations in the future? Despite the announcement, he has seemingly been making progress towards making more music, signified by his release of two singles in April: “Sanguine Paradise” and “That’s a Rack"(Complex). On May 10 at Rolling Loud music festival, Uzi announced he had finished the album. It is currently unknown if he has made or plans to make any more music before his retirement.
Lil Uzi Vert will definitely be an artist to keep an eye on for any activity in the coming months as fans eagerly await the drop of what may be his last album ever and anticipate it to be one of his best.