Lil Uzi Vert Releases the Virgil Abloh-Directed "XO Tour Llif3" Video

With appearances from The Weeknd and NAV.

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After his debut studio album, Luv is Rage 2made its debut at the top of the Billboard charts, Philadelphia rapper Lil Uzi Vert has followed that up with the release of the visuals for his smash hit “XO Tour Llif3.” Directed by OFF-WHITE founder Virgil Abloh, the video sees Abloh taking his camera through the aftermath of a party, with a number of people passed out in various places. The video then switches back and forth between this scene and Uzi singing in the streets.

The video also sees a handful of dark themes and occurrences, such as Uzi lying in a pool of his own blood and individuals placing flowers at his own tombstone at the end of the video. Also included in the visuals are appearances from Toronto singers The Weeknd and NAV. Watch the full video above.

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