Lil Uzi Vert Announces Retirement from Music After 'LUV Is Rage 3', Unveils Plans to Make Women's Clothes | WhatsOnRap

Lil Uzi Vert Says He Quitting Rap After 'Luv Is Rage 3' Album

Lil Uzi Vert's Artistic Shift: From 'Luv Is Rage 3' to Fashion Exploration and Retirement Reflections.
Lil Uzi Vert has stirred conversations about stepping away from music, revealing plans for post-album life in a recent chat with TMZ. Confirming retirement after 'Luv Is Rage 3,' Uzi expressed a desire to explore a different creative avenue, women's fashion.

In an October revelation during the Pink Tape Tour in Chicago, Uzi had hinted at the possibility of hanging up the mic. "Luv Is Rage 3 will be my last album," announced Uzi to a captivated crowd. Acknowledging the ongoing support, the rapper expressed gratitude and a commitment to delivering his best on the upcoming project.

While specifics about what Uzi meant by not wanting to make "music like that anymore" remain elusive, the rapper emphasized a shift towards a more conventional life post-music. The decision aligns with previous teases about retiring, suggesting an evolution in Uzi's artistic journey.

Set to follow Pink Tape, released in June, 'Luv Is Rage 3' marks the third installment in the 'Luv Is Rage' series, with predecessors in 2015 and 2017. Uzi, known for his enigmatic style, continues to keep fans on their toes, promising a unique culmination to his musical legacy with the forthcoming album.

As Lil Uzi Vert prepares for this potential farewell, fans anticipate a noteworthy conclusion to an era defined by his distinctive contributions to the rap scene. The rapper's pivot to fashion adds another layer to his multifaceted persona, leaving followers intrigued about the next chapter in his creative journey.

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