Given that TM88 already created magic for Lil Uzi Vert with “XO Tour Llif3” (like, literally the biggest hit of Uzi’s career, but put a pin on that), it only makes sense for the two to drop off another heater titled “Mood,” which sees additional production from the equally iconic Southside and Supah Mario. That can be enjoyed below.
Interestingly enough, TM88 has apparently not been paid for his efforts with the five-times-platinum “Llif3,” and he’s pretty pissed about it. It also doesn’t help that Atlantic has reportedly been avoiding having to pay producers by calling albums mixtapes or street albums. Very Trump-esque, I say in regards to that bulls***.
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