For his latest effort, Dave East‘s connects with Lil Uzi Vert on “Don’t Try Me.” The two join forces to drop a banger set tot land on Dave’s upcoming Paranoia 2 EP. Stream the Luca Vialli-produced track below and let us know what you think of this collaboration.
Go full rockstar in the “XO Tour Llif3” music video with Lil Uzi Vert Lil Uzi Vert is back after dropping his most recent album with a heavily sought after visual. The Philadelphia artist drops the official video for “XO Tour Llif3” which lives on the tracklist of the Luv Is Rage 2 project. Watch the horror-driven, Virgil . . .
There are two versions of “RAF.” Both of them features A$AP Rocky, Frank Ocean, Lil Uzi Vert, and Quavo. The two versions have different Frank Ocean verses, though. The song debuted early Sunday morning on Frank Ocean’s Beats 1 Blonded Radio. Stream both versions of “RAF” below, and check out the newly released solo of . . .
Skeme has a very solid track record when it comes to remixing popular singles, and he steps up to the plate with authority once more for a remix of Lil Uzi Vert’s unmistakeable “You Was Right.” Skeme doesn’t deviate from the cadence that Uzi used for the original, but he switches the lyrics up to . . .
2016 has been a hell of a year for producers. They’ve been getting more shine lately because their names have been more prominent in records, and for good reason. The producer of Young Thug‘s Barter 6, Wheezy, dropped “200,000” featuring Quavo, Lil Uzi Vert, and Shad Da God. “200,000” is from Wheezy’s forthcoming project coming in . . .
Lil Uzi Vert told us it was coming. He and Gucci Mane deliver their joint project, 1017 vs The World. 1017 vs The World ®. coming soon ® pic.twitter.com/CaM7pz1cDl — Uzi London ++® (@LILUZIVERT) November 20, 2016 It’s a 7-song mixtape with production contributions from some heavy hitting beat makers like Zaytoven, C Note, Manny Fresh, . . .
Lil Uzi Vert returns with a bang today as he delivers a trio of new records. The releases follow his The Perfect Luv tape which helped spring the Philly rappers career even further. First up below we have “Miss Cleo,” produced by Malay Raw and Bugz Ronin. Next up we have “Grow Up,” which feels . . .
Lil Uzi Vert shows his feelings Felix Snow’s “Love” With minimal production, Felix Snow creates a lowkey soundscape to make a bold statement. He enlists Philadelphia’s Lil Uzi Vert for “Love.” Uzi gives us a well warped and processed vocal performance as he rejects the affections of a past lover. Related: Lil Uzi Vert – “You Was Right” . . .
Migos returns with an official video for their “Bad and Boujee” single, featuring Lil Uzi Vert. The track is produced by Metro Boomin and will find a home on their No Label 3 project, which is expected to drop later today. The video, directed by Daps, is everything you expect it to be. There are . . .
If you’ve been out and about in recent times, you’ve heard A$AP Ferg‘s “New Level.” The gloriously dark, ominous and booming track has caught on, and for good reason. The single is given new wings with the release of the remix, which features new lyrics from Ferg and verses from A$AP Rocky and Lil Uzi . . .
Lil Uzi Vert delivers a visual for the Metro Boomin-produced “You Was Right.” The single is popular amongst Vert’s fan base and the video release will only help in boosting the songs appeal. If you wish, you can purchase the record on iTunes. Watch the video for “You Was Right” below.
Lil Uzi Vert‘s new single sees him team up with regular collaborator DP Beats. No indication that the hard hitting track will live on a project so we assume it’s just something to enjoy with a few beers. We will toast to that. Hear “Ready Set Go (VLone)” below.
It’s been a busy past twenty-four hours for Travis Scott. Not only did he drop his Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight album, but he revealed that he will executive produce G.O.O.D. Music‘s forthcoming Cruel Winter project. Anyway, after debuting the album on his Beats 1 show Travis took to Twitter to tell us about a record that didn’t . . .
Hip-hop is never devoid of creativity. To turn heads in 2017, artists have to stand out from the pack with a new spin on the genre, superior musical ability, or some other method of trendsetting. Latino emcee MRG, who hails from Queens, stands poised to make his own mark. The Westvilla Music signee has released . . .
Producer, DJ Mustard, drops a new, eclectic project title ‘Don’t Box Me Vol. 1.’ He takes some modern hits and repackages them as Mustard remixes. The project title is fitting as he shows what he can do outside of the typical sounds he has been associated with over the years. He takes Hip-Hop, R&B, Future . . .