Lil Uzi Vert Says Tyler, The Creator Doesn’t Think His Beats Are Hard Enough to Use
Lil Uzi Vert reveals what Tyler, The Creator really thinks about his beats.
In a tweet he published on Saturday (Nov. 30), the "Futsal" rapper admitted to his fans that Tyler once told him that his beats don't go hard enough for him to use for himself.
"Yes it’s true @tylerthecreator Told me my beats wasn’t hard enough I love that nigga honesty 🔥🔥 thanks big bro ++®️," Uzi wrote in his tweet.
There are plenty of "yes men" in the music industry, but it's good to see that Tyler apparently isn't one of them. Regardless of the feedback, Uzi appears to be thankful just to get Tyler's thoughts on his production.
There's also no confirmation on what led to Tyler to critique Uzi's production skills. However, it could have something to do with Uzi's Eternal Atake album, which is still in the works.
Over the last year and change, the Philly rapper, whose last album Luv Is Rage 2 dropped back in 2017, has released singles like "That's a Rack," "New Patek" and “Sanguine Paradise." All three tracks could appear on his new album. As of this report, there is still no confirmed release date for the album.
Tyler, who's Igor album was just nominated for Best Rap Album at the 2020 Grammy Awards, hasn't responded to Uzi's tweet yet.
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