It feels prefer it’s been years since we have gotten a full-length venture from Lil Uzi Vert. In actuality, it is solely been somewhat over a 12 months however his followers have been begging for brand spanking new music on a frantic degree. We’ve been in a position to hear singles like “New Patek” and “Heavy Metal” with Lil Gotit and Lil Keed however the lack a brand new venture has been taking a toll on his followers’ sanity. With the fixed teases coming from the Philadelphia artist’s Instagram web page after such a weird 12 months on his social media, Uzi is ensuring that we have now our eyes on the top objective: Eternal Atake. In this case, it is concerning the vacation spot – not the journey – and it seems to be like we could also be consuming quickly.
On his strategy to a Halloween celebration together with his buddy dressed as Superman, Uzi drove his Lamborghini (or Batmobile) in full Batman apparel, teasing the approaching arrival his new album within the caption. “Don’t quit I Promise its Coming,” wrote the elusive artist.
The final time we heard from Lil Uzi was earlier this month by the discharge Dolly White’s “Bag.” There isn’t a lot data but concerning the upcoming album, apart from a canopy artwork, however the rapper has been teasing it for months. Hopefully, he surprises us within the coming weeks with Eternal Atake. I do not understand how for much longer his followers can wait.
While followers are clamoring for the discharge his upcoming challenge, Kanye West’s power appears to be centered elsewhere. He is taking day out his hectic schedule to make political statements whereas carrying his notorious “Make America Great Again” hat. He wore it throughout a pro-Trump rant final night time on Saturday Night Live and he wears it once more in a picture tied to a different political assertion.
Ye uploaded the photograph himself donning the identical kind apparel as his character did in Childish Gambino’s “Feels Like Summer” music video. The Instagram put up got here with a caption that makes socio-political guarantees.
The 13th Amendment ensured the “freedom” the Black Americans that have been held beneath the bondage slavery for lots of years within the United States, whereas additionally permitting authorized authorities to throw them in jail.
His want to have this modification eliminated might be interpreted in lots of disturbing methods. However, contemplating Kanye’s being a proponent freedom and his spouse’s efforts in direction of jail reform, one might say that he’s aiming for the dismantling the jail industrial complicated. Still, the dearth nuance and readability in his remarks are considerably alarming as a result of the gravity the problem.
YoungBoy Never Broke Again did not have the greatest weekend by any means. The New Orleans upstart was arrested due to outstanding warrants in his name, and a video surfaced him allegedly abusing his girlfriend, body slamming her in the hallway a hotel. NBA YoungBoy is trying to stay positive throughout all the drama, keeping his eyes on the future and attempting to leave the past behind him, announcing a new mixtape is arriving in two days. The news was announced his Instagram story and it is unsurprising that the rapper would attempt to capitalize on the recent publicity, positive or negative.
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YoungBoy’s girlfriend has spoken out about the drama, defending him by saying that they were play-fighting. From the looks the video that we previously shared, the rapper slams the woman down aggressively and it’s difficult to watch. If that’s them playing around, I don’t want to see what a real fight would look like.
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NBA YoungBoy has been growing his stock recently, with his name garnering more attention on the music scene. It’s upsetting to see legal issues play into his career at such a young age. We will see how the mixtape is received on Wednesday and gauge if the scandal has affected YoungBoy’s success at all.