Lil Uzi Vert releases new songs after “retirement”

Marian Osman, Staff Writer

Symere Woods, also known as his stage name, Lil Uzi Vert, is an American rapper that was raised in Philadelphia.

At this point, no one knows the difference between Lil Uzi Vert dropping a song through his record officially, him dropping it by himself, or him dropping it through another company.

He has talked about the records label that he signed with, Atlantic Records, giving him a hard time to release the music that he wants to release.

One of the songs that he released was called, Free Uzi, but Atlantic Records, the label that he is signed with said that it was a “leak.” Many sources have reported that Atlantic Records is not allowing him to release any new music.

A week later Lil Uzi Vert said that he was done being retired and dropped That’s a Rack and Sanguine Dream, but this time it was dropped by Atlantic Records.

His song Free Uzi was using the same beat as a song that was released before. This song is about Lil Uzi Vert finally having the freedom that he has been fighting for from Atlantic Records, which was the reason for his retirement. It was also dropped under his name, without Atlantic Records.

Sanguine Paradise is just like what Lil Uzi Vert used to rap about, which excites fans about him coming back. He raps about money and jewelry. One of his lines is, “Money keep coming in, I can’t lose,” which he repeats several times throughout the song.

Lastly, in That’s a Rack, Lil Uzi Vert raps about money and how rich he is, but also girl problems. In his song he says, “Water on my neck, swim through that, that’s a lap.” This line shows that he is trying to show off his jewelry and how much money he has. This draws his fans to the conclusion that Lil Uzi Vert is most likely coming back and with the album that everyone has been waiting for, Eternal Atake.

It is not known for sure if Lil Uzi Vert will drop more songs, but his fans are excited and would like to see him drop more music, especially since he is free from his records label.