Playboi Carti's "Big Bank" is an unauthorized release and has been pulled from YouTube.


Playboi Carti and Lil Uzi Vert reportedly have 100 songs recorded together, and it appears one of those tracks has now surfaced. On Tuesday (Aug. 7), Carti and Uzi's "Big Bank" made its way to the internet.

Over a piano-driven beat with a bouncy instrumental, Playboi and Lil Uzi brag about their money as Uzi raps about signing a million-dollar record deal. "If you don't like me, too bad, oh well/Just signed a new deal, that's a mill/That's a mill/That's a mill," the Philadelphia rhymer spits.

Following a catchy hook from Carti, the rapper comes back for the song's second verse, rapping over ad-libs from Uzi. "Breaking the bank, breaking the bank/Shorty got right, shorty got right/Smoking that purp, blowing that dank/I'm in the Lamb like a race," he raps.

While it's uncertain if "Big Bank" will land on an upcoming project from either rapper, Playboi Carti recently revealed just how many songs he and Uzi have in the vault. Speaking with Real 92.3 on July 30, the "Magnolia" rapper mentioned he and Uzi have "like 100" songs recorded.

"We’ve been recording since like 2015, so we know what we got to do. We know what we're capable of. We just gotta do what we gotta do," Carti said.

The new song will definitely hold fans over as they wait for what could be Lil Uzi Vert's next album, Eternal Atake. The rapper has been teasing the project on social media and last week shared what seems to be the upcoming project's album cover.

Listen to "Big Bank" below.

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