On Valentine’s Day last year, Tame Impala unleashed The Slow Rush, a captivating 12-track body of work that boasted mega-hits like “Borderline” and “Breathe Deeper.” The latter track just got even better as Lil Yachty just surprise-released his take on the well-loved song today (Oct. 6). On the new track, Yachty delivers his fresh some new bars as the visual plays colorfully psychadelic scenes of him and Kevin Parker:
Off two taps, I’m gone, my two-five, couldn’t remember the digits/ She want a glass of Prosecco, the bitch that she with trippin’, we back to Petco/ I’m still the same kid from the metro/ She ride out of drugs, had to ball call petrol
Lookin’ in her eyes, see the motto, lookin’ at her lips, pillow kiss, it’s the wet throat/ She say she never been to the ghetto, put her on the top, turn the hood to a disco/ Now she rockin’, and I’m rockin’, and we livin’ it out/ All that enеrgy I held in, I’m givin’ it out
Lil Yachty celebrated his 24th trip around the sun during Virgo season this year by gifting his fans with BIRTHDAY MIX 6, a nine-track offering that comes with assists from DC2Trill, Draft Day, SoFaygo, and Lil Tecca. Prior to BIRTHDAY MIX 6, Yachty liberated the commercial mixtape Michigan Boy Boat, a 14-track body of work that saw him teaming up with some of Detroit and Flint, MI’s brightest talents — Tee Grizzley, Louie Ray, YN Jay, Veeze, Icewear Vezzo, Rio Da Yung OG, Sada Baby, Babyface Ray, and more make appearances throughout.
His last official LP came in May of last year with Lil Boat 3, a top 20 Billboard success that saw 19 songs with contributions from the likes of A$AP Rocky, Tyler, The Creator, Tierra Whack, DaBaby, Drake, and Lil Durk. Yachty would later upgrade Lil Boat 2 with an eight-track deluxe add on.
Be sure to check out Lil Yachty’s version of “Breathe Deeper” by Tame Impala down below.
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