Lil Uzi Vert assists Kid Trunks on “Universal”
The track appears on his recent release ‘The Nightmare B4 Christmas.’
Kid Trunks and Lil Uzi Vert joined forces to finally deliver a track fans have been patiently waiting for. The new “Universal” song sees the two teaming up on a D. Rein beat, where Trunks delivers his verse about not being able to be taken down from his own world:
I can’t lie, uh, people always try. To bring me down my ozone just so they could take my pride. It won’t work, you better go and die. I just wanna see my brothers dripping suit and ties. When you with your bitch she set me as a ringtone. When I’m posted up in Cabo I got 3 phones. I got Gucci on my back with that ice cream cone. I need 10K all up front don’t do no free shows. I don’t care about that bitch she’s just a freak show.
The project’s title takes influence from the classic Tim Burton film, and Kid Trunks even shouted him out with an “ILY” in his caption when announcing the project. Although the song only recently made its official debut, according to Genius, Kid Trunks went live on July, 8th, 2018 to preview a new snippet to the listeners. Later that year on September 9th, 2018 he made a Triller video to it and posted it on his Instagram account.
Lil Uzi’s latest offering was his collab project with Future, but before the arrival of Pluto x Baby Pluto and its deluxe, fans have been able to enjoy Lil Uzi Vert’s Eternal Atake. The project saw 18 tracks with a single feature from Syd, and landed the rapper at the top spot on the Billboard 200 with 288,000 album equivalent units during its first week of release. Future also liberated his eighth official LP High Off Life, a 21 track body of work with assists from YoungBoy Never Broke Again, Travis Scott, Young Thug, Drake, Lil Durk, Meek Mill, and more.
Press play on Kid Trunk’s new “Universal” track featuring Lil Uzi Vert down below, and also be sure to check out The Nightmare B4 Christmas as well.
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