Executive produced by DJ Esco, the 16-track album doesn’t include the previously-released “Patek” and “Over Your Head.” Reactions from fans on social media have been mixed, with some feeling like the project is the best of 2020, while others are sorely disappointed.
“N-ggas saying give the Future & Uzi album time like say this is To Pimp A Butterfly,” one listener scoffed.
“UZI AND FUTURE REALLY DROPPED THE ALBUM OF THE YEAR,” another conversely wrote.
The project is Future’s second of 2020, after he released his eighth studio album High Off Life in May. The 21-track effort featured appearances from the likes of Travis Scott, YoungBoy Never Broke Again, Young Thug, Drake, Uzi and more, and debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with 153,000 album-equivalent units.
If you separate Uzi’s sophomore album and its deluxe version, Pluto x Baby Pluto is technically his third release of the year. The long-awaited Eternal Atake finally arrived in March after years of delays and was warmly received with a No. 1 debut thanks to 288,000 album-equivalent units its first week. He followed up with the deluxe, Lil Uzi Vert vs. the World 2, just one week later.
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