Lil Uzi Vert has quickly become one of the most important rappers of the last decade, not just a product of a transitional moment in hip-hop but a defining star of it. The following year, he broke out with his debut tape for them, Luv Is Rage. The tape became one of the first landmarks for a diverse, exciting rap scene that was emerging on SoundCloud. From there, his profile continued to rise: He collaborated with Playboi Carti, Young Thug, and Future, and released impactful tapes, albums, loosies, and more. Through it all, he put forth the whimsical persona of a guy who was interested only in fast cars and flashy clothes, unless he was completely heartbroken which was often. But Uzi always remained unbothered by the noise around him. Not like they had a choice: His impact is undeniable. Here, we trace his career so far with a chronological rundown of our 20 favorite Lil Uzi Vert songs and features.
“Nuyork Nights at 21”
Characterized by his face tattoos , facial piercings, eccentric hairstyles and androgynous fashion,  his music is defined by often dark subject matters and imagery built on a melodic emo approach to trap. Lil Uzi Vert attracted mainstream attention following the release of his debut single " Money Longer " in After releasing two additional mixtapes in and , including one in collaboration with Gucci Mane , Lil Uzi Vert was featured on the Billboard Hot chart-topping Migos ' single " Bad and Boujee ". His second studio album, Eternal Atake , was among the most anticipated albums in hip hop and peaked at number one on the Billboard Woods later began listening to Wiz Khalifa and Meek Mill , who influenced his future style. Woods began rapping in 10th grade, calling himself a "regular kid, I didn't really wanna rap",  after hearing classmate William Aston freestyle over a remade Chris Brown instrumental. Woods, Aston and another friend created a rap group, Steaktown, which broke up when Woods was Woods dropped out of school and soon started working at a Bottom Dollar store, but he quit after four days and was kicked out of his home by his mother. Woods began to rap in and began to associate with musical groups like Steaktown and in what he says was "just for money"  under the name "Vert" originally which he says stood for "vertical" like a "vertical jump". The track, which was produced by Spaceghostpurrp , went viral in within hip-hop circles following Wood's entry into the mainstream.
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