2019

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Daytrip took it to 10 (hey) Ayy, Panini, don't you be a meanie Thought you wanted me to go up Why you tryna keep me teeny? I It's a dreamy, wished it on a genie I got fans finally, ain't you wanting them to see me? I I thought you want this for my life, for my life Said you wanted to see me thrive, you lied Just say to me, what you want from me Just say to me, what you want from me Ayy, Panini, don't you be a meanie Thought you wanted me to go up Why you tryna keep me teeny now? Now they need me, number one on streaming Oh yeah, you used to love me So what happened, what's the meaning? I I thought you want this for my life, for my life Said you…

2019 has been full of weird and stoopid events from memes to school to rappers not dropping albums. 2019 has just straight up sucked. Back in the 1800's school was something kids looked forward to but now no one likes school cause its been the same for ages. Memes this year have been pretty good like the area 51 stuff, that was funny. Lil uzi still hasn't dropped an album and its made a ton of people depressed in a way.

Woods began to rap in 2010 and began to associate with musical groups like Steaktown and in what he says was "just for money"[10] under the name "Vert" originally which he says stood for "vertical" like a "vertical jump".[11] He later changed his name to Lil Uzi Vert from the way someone described his rap flow, saying his flow was "Fast, like a machine gun."[4] Woods' first project, an EP titled Purple Thoughtz Vol. 1 was released on January 19, 2014.[12][13] The project, which was described as "phonk" and having cloud rap beats from the Guardian due to its psychedelic and "trippy" production[14] features Woods with a bigger focus on lyricism than most of his career and was released with the single "White Shit" which included a video. The track, which was produced by Spaceghostpurrp, went viral in 2017 within hip-hop circles following Wood's entry into the mainstream.[15] Shortly after the release of Purple Thoughtz Vol. 1, Woods caught the attention of then industry-mainstays like ASAP Mob.

Born and raised in Philadelphia, Lil Uzi gained initial recognition following the release of the commercial mixtape Luv Is Rage (2015), which led to a recording contract with Atlantic Records, to whom he signed to under DJ Drama's Generation Now imprint.[4] He then attracted mainstream attention following the release of his debut single "Money Longer" in 2016, which peaked at number 54 on the Billboard Hot 100, and later became certified double platinum. The song would act as the lead single for the subsequent mixtape Lil Uzi Vert vs. the World (2016); the project debuted at number 37 on the Billboard 200, and also contained the song "You Was Right", which charted at number 40 on the Hot 100. After releasing two additional mixtapes in 2016 and 2017, including one in collaboration with Gucci Mane, Lil Uzi was featured on the chart-topping Migos' single "Bad and Boujee", and later secured his first top ten single with "XO Tour Llif3", which peaked at number 7. "XO Tour Llif3" acted as the lead single to Lil Uzi Vert's debut studio album Luv Is Rage 2 (2017), which debuted at number one on the Billboard 200, and was certified platinum. The album also contained the singles "The Way Life Goes" and "Sauce It Up". Lil Uzi's second studio album, Eternal Atake, is scheduled to be released in 2019.[5]