Move over, “XO TOUR Llif3." Over the past few days two unreleased tracks from Lil Uzi Vert have surfaced online, and with the number of hits they've already acquired online, we may have some new summer anthems on our hands.

Uzi doesn't spare feelings on his cut "Alone Time," opening with the lyrics, "Middle fingers to my enemies, I hope you die." Produced by Maaly Raw, the song by the 2016 XXL Freshman also pays tribute to Speaker Knockerz, the rising rapper who met an untimely death in 2014. On the second drop "Repercussions," produced by FKi, Uzi raps about the backlash one will face when talking down on him or binging on Xanax. Because the two songs weren't officially released by the Philly native, many have already began to question if they will appear on Luv Is Rage 2, the anticipated follow-up to Luv Is Rage 1.5 that he has yet to announce a release date for.

Three weeks ago, Uzi dropped a snippet of a track that, according to him, will appear on the project. Tons of fans watched on as he rocked out to the song with his signature shoulder moves. The people are getting desperate for any taste of new music from the Philly rapper.

In April, Don Cannon—one of the many producers working on Uzi's new album—reached out to fans and talked about the drawn out delay. “We still working on the album. It’s a process. You got to make the album, mix the album, master the album. Put it out," he explained. "That takes time when you’re perfecting it.”

Hopefully it won't be too much longer. But until then, vibe out to "Alone Time" and "Repercussions" below. While you're at it, check out DJ Mustard's remake of "XO TOUR Llif3″ too.

See Behind-the-Scenes Photos of Lil Uzi Vert at the 2016 XXL Freshman Shoot

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