Lil Uzi Vert hit the iHeartRadio Daytime Stage today (9/22) and the crowd nearly lost it when the Money Longer artist stopped his show midway due to a speaker malfunction. All throughout the audience the fans continuously shouted his name demanding the performance continue. The loyal crowd began singing his songs in anticipation of the show starting back up again. After a short break, the show was back on, and what a show it was!
Between the groovy dance moves and the constant stream of hits, we couldn't focus! Uzi certainly has a signature style that has definitely added to him rising in the ranks of hip-hop musicians.
Check out some of the iconic dance moves below!
Just last week Uzi dropped his new record, "New Patek," for his anxious fans.
"You know, I've been in my feelings lately," Uzi admitted to the anxious crowd at this year's Rolling Loud Festival. The concert, which is held in Oakland, California featured acts from Vic Mensa, Playboi Carti, Gucci Mane, Pusha T, Jayden Smith and more.
"But you know, about one, two, three...three days I'm gonna drop some new sh-t."
The six-minute track is all fans could have expected - tons of bass and a catchy hook. The song includes shout-outs to Drake, Naurto and WWE legend Rey Mysterio.
"She from the six one nine, Rey Mysterio/I'm the same n---a bustin' their stereo/Yeah, my boys on the block selling O's, no cheerios/I don't wake up in the morning for cereal."
The 6-1-9 is the San Diego area code that the wrestler, Mysterio, reps along with the woman that Uzi is referencing in the song.
In verses two and four, his line dedicated to Naturo references the hand movements that the characters frequently show while displaying Ninjutsu.
“Throw up gang signs, Naruto. Put metal in my nose like Pain.”
With the drop of the latest single fans are speculating whether the artist will drop his new album, “Eternal Atake," sometime soon. Although it's been over a year since the release of his last album, “Luv Is Rage 2,” we've been blessed with a multitude of features from Uzi.
All we're asking for is a new album to replicate the Uzi dance moves too!
If you missed any of this year's iHeartRadio Music Festival, we've got you covered! Fans can re-live all of the best moments from the unforgettable weekend by tuning into a two-night television special, exclusively on The CW, on October 7th and October 8th from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. ET/PT.
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