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Rapper Yeat's 'LYF' EP featuring Lil Uzi Vert to be released by next month. Here are details


American rapper Yeat is gearing up for his next release. The 22-year-old broke this news via his Instagram handle posting a story earlier this weekend that his LYF EP is almost finished. He also shared a glimpse of his track list and wondered whether to release the unreleased tracks next month.

His fans are eagerly awaiting his next album. American rapper Yeat has released his 2 Alive projects earlier this year.

Fans were also quick to notice the appearance of Lil Uzi Vert. The duo previously collaborated on “Big Tonka” and’3G’ from Yeat’s album earlier this year. Fans are eagerly waiting for these two to have another collaboration as they have been playing their songs nonstop since February.

In album 2 Alive, renowned musicians Gunna, Young Thug, Ken Car$on, SeptembersRich, and Lancey Foux also made appearances. The effort debuted at No. 6 on the Billboard 200 list after selling about 35K album-equivalent units in its first week of release.


Yeat’s 2 Alive tours


Yeat started his 2 Alive tours from Michigan, Detroit, in April and finished it off in Los Angeles at The Fonda in May, hitting cities like Denver, Charlotte, New York, Atlanta, Dallas, and San Francisco.

We’ll get to listen to the new songs by Yeat and Lil Uzi Vert in the upcoming weeks, assuming the “Money Twerk” singer keeping up with his word. He hasn’t yet specified a specific release date for the LYF EP.

Who is Yeat?

Noah Olivier Smith professionally known as Yeat was born on February 26, 2000 in the United States is a rising rapper who got famous in 2021 after his debut studio album Up 2 Me and his song “Monëy So Big” which released on TikTok.

  • Yeat started creating music using vocals that were Auto-Tuned.
  • He joined a growing group of rappers that used “anger beats” in 2021, adopting a more aggressive and synth-based sound.
  • His vocal delivery has been compared to that of well-known rappers like Young Thug, Playboi Carti, and Future. The latter two, according to Yeat, are some of his primary sources of inspiration.
  • Yeat is known for using distinctive slang in his music, coining terms like ‘twizzy’ and ‘luh geeky’ and frequently making references to Tonka in his lyrics.
  • Yeat got a break with a number of Internet memes and trends because of specific characteristics of his music, particularly the frequent use of bell sounds in the beats of his songs.

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