In preparation for the release of his LYFE EP, Yeat has given a quick rundown of its songs.

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Yeat published a message and a possible release date for the project on his Instagram account. He wrote, “I’m nearly finished.” Is it going to be in the following month?

Fans were quick to point out that Lil Uzi Vert appears on two of the EP’s tunes. Earlier this year, Uzi and Yeat collaborated on “Big Tonka” and “3G” off Yeat’s 2 Aliv (Gek Pack), a special version of 2 Aliv that includes nine brand-new tracks.


Two Aliv was released in February featuring guest verses from Gunna, Young Thug, Ken Car$on, SeptembersRich, Lancey Foux and more. A total of 35,000 album-equivalent units were sold in the first week, and the album debuted at No. 6 on the Billboard 200.

His time in the limelight is beginning to transition toward general awareness, as well. Nike used his song “Turban” in an advertisement for Dick’s Sporting Goods in May. An unexpected twist, given Yeat’s tendency for rapping about drugs, was disclosed by the company: it can be linked to anyone’s Nike membership to unlock special prizes and benefits.

The rapper’s support from Drake is also evident. Drake gave him a pair of Nike Noctas in March after they were caught together in Houston last year.


It looks like Lil Uzi Vert is loving his red-tipped spiky hair, but Tech N9ne has cautioned that it won’t benefit him in the long term.

When Tech N9ne, a hip-hop legend known for his flamboyant red-tipped liberty spikes, warned Lil Uzi Vert that if he messes with his hair, he may wind up like him and lose all of his hair.


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