A brand new track from Lil Uzi Vert titled "Michael Jordan" finds the rapper comparing his affinity for the rap game to the skills of the absolute G.O.A.T. in a very strong statement from the Philly native.
Uzi addresses his doubters right from the jump with "Can't rap, Lil Uzi, think I suck/I sing in the trap," before dropping some heavy bars about having more bills than the mail and linking up with Young Thug before launching into the air-tight hook that speaks for itself. "I’m Jordan, Michael fucking Jordan, I'm Jordan, Michael Jordan, what can't I do?"
Undoubtedly, Uzi has been on a roll, dropping fresh tracks the past few months long including his latest Steve Aoki-produced "I Can't Lose." Before that, he shared his Murda Beatz and Fki-produced collaboration "All My Sins" and the Zaytoven assisted "Buy It." The summer has definitely been good to Uzi who has been on a steady come-up that has been most apparent during his recent festival stops, with fans continually mobbing him whenever he is spotted in the crowd. The 22-year-old rapper found himself bolting from fans at the Made in America Festival and he was forced to jump a fence when fans swarmed him at the Hard Summer Festival earlier this summer.
Some might be hesitant to award him the G.O.A.T. title that he is already aiming for claiming that it's too song, but it's clear that the people are definitely feeling Uzi. The track is also pretty catchy, so that doesn't hurt either.
Listen to "Michael Jordan" below.