Lil Uzi Vert Producer Responds To Impatient Fans Asking About "Pink Tape"
Lil Uzi Vert has become a prominent figure in the hip-hop industry. The rapper has gained a reputation for releasing music at a slow pace. This has understandably leaving fans eagerly awaiting his projects. He dropped Luv Is Rage 2 in 2017 and followed it up with Eternal Atake in 2020. However, there is currently no concrete release date for his upcoming album, Pink Tape. Instead, fans have been relying on leaked tracks, which are limited in number. This has led to restlessness among his fanbase. Luckily for the fans, Uzi recently sparked speculation about his involvement in another artist's new album.
In a photo shared by Our Generation Music, Lil Uzi Vert can be seen wearing a beanie with the word "UTOPIA." This is widely recognized as a reference to Travis Scott's highly anticipated album. The logo associated with Utopia generated excitement among fans when Scott revealed it. With Uzi sporting this merchandise, the question arises as to whether he will be featured on the album. However, only Travis Scott and Mike Dean hold the answer to that question, and as of now, they have chosen to keep that information under wraps.
Lil Uzi's Fans Are Tired Of Waiting
Lil Uzi Vert's dedicated fanbase appears to have grown weary of the ongoing delays surrounding the release of the rapper's Pink Tape album. This has prompted their producer to provide an explanation. Over the years, the Philadelphia rapper has been teasing this highly-anticipated project. It would mark their first release since 2020's Eternal Atake. In April, DJ Drama provided the most recent update. During his appearance on the Justin Credible Podcast, he said that the album was in its "final stages." However, fans were still dissatisfied, leading Uzi's producer to clarify the current status of the project.
Taking to Instagram, Uzi's producer, Lyle, emphasized that they are not rushing the album because their intention is to create a "classic" rather than a collection of "random songs." Lyle also revealed that Uzi has been consistently recording around five songs per day, which have been progressively improving. However, this has contributed to the lengthy wait for the album, as it has been challenging to narrow down the selection from over 1500 songs to create a cohesive album. What do you think of the delays on Lil Uzi Vert's album? Let us know in the comments!