Lil Uzi Vert Claims He Produced His New Album While Sober, Calls It Challenging - WhatsOnRap

Lil Uzi Vert reveals he made his new album The Pink Tape while sober and says it was challenging

When Lil Uzi Vert recorded his new album The Pink Tape, he was drug-free. According to TMZ that met up with Uzi and his crew in Beverly Hills, California, on Tuesday (March 14), and questioned the rapper regarding Don Cannon recently admitting Uzi wrote roughly 700 songs for his upcoming album while in the thick of his newfound sobriety.

"It was challenging at first. But then after probably after a month, I got used to it," Lil Uzi Vert said of creating his new album sober.

"I thought that my creative process wasn't going to be the same because I wasn't on drugs no more. It was the same. Even better. Because I could think more clear and I could actually, like, instead of my words slurring, which is kinda of cool, everything made sense. I didn't just make random music. How can I say? I didn't play off the beat. I actually made song with topics this time."

Lil Uzi Vert stated that he would urge all of his peers to abstain from drugs. "It's the best thing to do," the rapper added. "It will change your life. And you'll look better."

During an interview on Math Hoffa's My Expert Opinion podcast in February, Lil Uzi Vert's label co-owner Don Cannon discussed Uzi's competence while working on the upcoming album.

"Sober, high, when he used to get high and now he sober doing ’em," said Don Cannon. "Ain’t nothing changed so he one of them guys. And it’s different because we’re getting all kinds of songs out of him. Might get a rock song, a real rap song, because he really rap. Might get the melodic shit that he do. That's a fun thing."