Lil Uzi Vert Didn't Actually Release An Album Using His Real Name, Symere Woods

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    Lil Uzi Vert has been embracing some bizarre vibes currently, telling his followers they’re all going to hell with him in live performance and utilizing cult imagery in his cowl artwork. When a brand new mission began popping up on streaming companies utilizing Uzi’s actual identify, Symere Woods, individuals began to imagine that the Philadelphia artist discovered yet one more method to swerve all people, creating a brand new customary for shock drops. Eternal Atake has been rumored for a while and though not a lot details about it exists, individuals believed What Is This? might have truly been the hotly-anticipated mission. According to Hypebeast, Uzi’s workforce is denying that that is an ficial launch, stating that it is merely a range snippets which have already been out within the open.

    The album appeared on Spotify on September 20 and lots of began speculating that this was Uzi’s plan all alongside. After all, the person is fairly unpredictable and this might very nicely have been his launch technique. The assortment contains tracks like “run+it+up,” which was utilized in AWGE DVD Vol. three, and an intro titled “VERT.” A consultant for the artist has since advised Hypebeast that the mission is faux and was not launched by the elusive rapper.

    It seems as if we’ll want to attend just a bit longer for the precise launch Eternal Atake. There’s a risk that some the snippets will make an look but it surely’s extra doubtless for “New Patek” and the tune he just lately previewed on Instagram to be the true shining stars. If you are curious, What Is This? could be discovered on main streaming companies.