Lil Uzi Vert and Playboi Carti may have new music on the way for their loyal fans after they posted a teaser on social media.
On Saturday (March 18), Lil Uzi Vert revealed on their Instagram story that they and Playboi Carti are about to reach new heights with their upcoming music. “Me and my luv about 2 take over the world,” Lil Uzi Vert said while tagging Playboi Carti in the post
While performing at Rolling Loud California earlier this month, Lil Uzi Vert played an unreleased track from Pink Tape where they showed love to Playboi Carti.
“Shout out to Carti, we don’t talk hardly, but that’s where my heart be,” Uzi raps.
In a Twitch interview with Adin Ross in February, Lil Uzi Vert revealed that they and Playboi Carti have recorded over 40 songs together for their long-awaited collab album 16*29.
Check out a clip of the interview below
He’s another one that stay in his lane, nobody can jump in his lane,” Uzi said regarding Playboi Carti. “Anyboody who try to jump in Carti lane kill thyself.”
Both Lil Uzi Vert and Playboi Carti have an extensive collection of songs they’ve collaborated on over the years. These songs include “Of Course We Ghetto Flowers,” “wokeuplikethis, “Shoota,” “Left, Right,” and many more
Recently, DJ Jazzy Jeff talked to HipHopDX about who has the best song in Philadelphia between Uzi’s “Just Wanna Rock,” and Meek Mill’s “Dreams and Nightmares.”
“I don’t think you could ever go against Meek Mill’s ‘Dreams and Nightmares,’” he said. “Lil Uzi’s ‘Just Wanna Rock’ is a dope song. Everybody loves it, but ‘Dreams and Nightmares’ took the city by storm. It took every sports team by storm, so it’s going to be ‘Dreams and Nightmares’ for me
Uzi will be joining a star-studded line up to perform at the 2023 Broccoli City Festival in Washington D.C. from July 15-16. Other performers include Kodak Black, Glorilla, City Girls, Ice Spice, and many more.
“This year’s lineup continues our tradition of celebrating culture in the DMV, both nationally and locally. We want to continue highlighting those who continue to play a role in driving progress in Black communities,” Brandon McEachern, co-founder of Broccoli City Festival, said in a statement.