Lil Uzi Vert says a career change is inevitable… she no longer feels the pressure of making albums and feels her new calling is creating women's clothing.
Those were Uzi's feelings when we spoke to him at Terminal 27 this week… just a few months since the last time we spoke to him. Maybe it was the Los Angeles rain, but Uzi sounded pretty somber when confirming that “LUV Is Rage 3” will be his last album.
Uzi says he still loves making music, but he has lost his love for the craft. Makes sense… if you remember, it took tooth and nail polish to get his last album. outside the earth.
He tells us that construction of the headquarters of his clothing company has already begun, but it doesn't seem like she's his girlfriend. jt will be involved in the creative direction: Uzi says he has his own fashion brand to promote.
If Uzi really decides to call it quits, he'll be at the top of his game — he was part of two colorful No. 1 albums this year: his own “Pink Tape” and Nicki Minaj's “Pink Friday 2” — and he won't fully retire until to deliver a video of their collaboration “Everybody”.
All Nicki's songs sound golden. To Uzi's ears…maybe she'll be the one to help convince him to move on.