A track from late rapper/producer FXXXXY, featuring Lil Uzi Vert, was released Thursday titled “Yeah Kool.” FXXXXY was signed to Future’s Freebandz label and was credited with engineering work on the song “Solitaires”, featuring Travis Scott, taken from the rapper’s eighth studio album “High Off Life”, which was released in May 2020. While working on Future and Lil Uzi Vert’s joint project “Pluto X Baby Pluto”, which was released in November, he and Uzi bonded after Future ran late to their studio session. The union between both rappers ultimately led to the organic collaboration of “Yeah Kool”, according to a press release. On Wednesday, FXXXXY’s official Twitter account shared an old clip of the Dallas native teasing their collaboration in response to Uzi’s “no crap” tweet from August, when FXXXXY claimed that the song is the song of the year. The rappers trade bars about flexing on their enemies on the Supah Mario produced track with spacey synths. FXXXXY, born Maudell Watkins, died in September from complications during a routine medical procedure. He was 25. Gunna and Lil Durk appeared on his nine track posthumous album “Do You Trust Me?”, which was released in December, just four months after his death. Listen to “Yeah Kool” below.

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