Pink Tape’s producer Lil Uzi Vert credits sobriety with enhancing creativity
Lil Uzi Vert said that making sobriety a focus has helped his creative process improve, particularly when working on his most recent album, Pink Tape. The rapper, who is 27 years old, said that this choice has greatly enhanced his creative process.
The rapper revealed to TMZ Hip Hop in Beverly Hills recently that he has produced over 680 tracks while working on Pink Tape. Also, Lil Uzi Vert disclosed that his pals had a big hand in deciding which songs would be included on the album.
Lil Uzi Vert’s drug use came upon interviewing him, and Don Cannon mentioned that they produced the record without the use of any drugs. When the interviewer next asked about the experience of recording the album being abstinent, the member of Eternal Atake replied that it was challenging at first but got easier after a month.
At first, Lil Uzi Vert was worried that giving up narcotics would have an impact on his ability to be creative. Yet, he discovered the reverse to be true when working on his most recent record. He even thought that his mental clarity had increased and that his lyrics were now more intelligible than slurred. This freed him up to concentrate on writing songs on certain subjects rather than just generating music to fit the pace.
Lil Uzi Vert also boosted other rappers who think that drug abuse is a part of the process to make songs during the interview. With a cheeky grin, the 2016 XXL Freshman said that giving up drugs might change one’s life and even improve their features.
Lil Uzi Vert was asked by the interviewer what they intended to do with the 680 tracks that continued after Pink Tape’s release, which added to the hilarity. The rapper responded by joking that they would donate the songs to a good purpose. Lil Uzi Vert slyly mentioned that it’s necessary, in response to the question of whether they would think about offering the tracks to other artists for release.
After listening to a single feature at Rolling Loud California that had the lines had gesticulated to make someone believe in satan, in reference to their lover JT, Lil Uzi Vert recently responded to claims of them worshipping satan. The rapper made it transparent that the words were supposed to be interpreted metaphorically rather than literally, showing the listener’s power to sway their lover.
Lil Uzi Vert told TMZ that despite coming from a religious upbringing, they now feel free to express themselves without restraint. They see their music as a type of freedom of expression. They admitted that some listeners could find their songs offensive, but ultimately they think that those people can just choose not to listen to their music.