Taking to Instagram, the Philly rapper posted an image showing a crowd of people surrounding him while holding up their hands and brandishing signs. The image is haphazardly marked with white elements marked with the titles of songs set to appear on Eternal Atake. Comprised of 17 tracks in total, it looks as though “That’s a Rack,” “Sanguine Paradise” and “New Patek” will not be appearing on the album. But the recently released tracks “That Way” and “Futsal Shuffle 2020” will be included as bonus tracks at the end of the project.
Catch the tracklist for Eternal Atake below and expect Lil Uzi Vert’s highly-anticipated album to drop March 13.
In case you missed it, Swae Lee recently dropped an infomercial-inspired music video for “Someone Said.”