Playboi Carti has just released her new single highly anticipated, “@ MEH”, along with a music video film. Produced by Jetsonmade, Neeko Baby and Deskhop, “@ MEH” marks the first release of Carti as a lead artist since his debut album, 2018, Die Lit, and has sparked speculation about his next follow-up, Whole Lotta Network.
The rapper teamed up once again with director Nick Walker to “@ MEH”, whose credits include Beyonce feat. Nicki Minaj, FKA twigs, and Future, in addition to images for the video ‘Cartier’ R. I. P. In the video, the camera focuses its lens in Carti, framed by a dark background, as she speaks about her opponents, saying that they do not know who it really is. Carti and Walker, who also took the cover photo of Die Lit, offer an environment that is foreboding and mysterious.
Earlier this week, Playboi Carti and a frequent collaborator Lil Uzi Vert and mocked their fans with cryptic tweets back and forth about ‘@ MEH’, which led fans to speculate whether the two might have a remix in the future.
Carti is no stranger to collaborations. Since the release of his successful mixtape 2017, Playboi Carti, the rapper has partnered with some of big names of the musicincluding Lil Yachty, Lana Del Rey, Nicki Minaj, Travis Scott, and Solange.
The artist, who released his first mixtape in 2011 when he was just a teenager, was taken under the wing of A $ AP Rocky, who was a mentor to the young rapper. Carti quickly made a name performing alongside artists such as Lil Yachty, Yung Bans, and Lil Uzi Vert on the scene of underground rap in Atlanta, and for 2016, had an agreement with the imprint AWGE of A $ AP Mob and Interscope Records.
In the last few days, Playboi Carti has scoffed that his second album, Whole Lotta Network, is imminent, although not yet announced an official release date. The launch will continue to Die Lit more sold of 2018, which was embraced by fans and critics alike. The album, which debuted at no. ° 3 on the Billboard 200, was cited on numerous year-end lists, including the 50 best albums of 2018 of Complex and Pitchfork, and the 100 best albums of Noisey 2018.
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