Seemingly every year, one song gets plucked from the crowded obscurity of SoundCloud and, for any number of reasons, becomes massive. Following in the footsteps of “Trap Queen,” “Uber Everywhere” is this year’s slow burning internet-to-mainstream crossover mega-hit. In the 10 months since “Uber Everywhere” was posted on Madeintyo’s then sparsely populated SoundCloud account, the bouncy, infectious track has made the prolific rise from anonymity, to “tracks to watch out for” lists to the Billboard Hot 100 charts. 

“Uber Everywhere” began to pick up real heat last summer with the release of its official video in August. Images of Bootymath riding around sundrenched Atlanta streets on a child’s toy, impromptu roof dance parties and Madeintyo's diminutive stature gave the song a second life and thrust it into low-key song of the summer contention. However, the real shot in the arm was supplied by a litany of remixes, specifically from G.O.O.D. Music’s own Travis Scott. Off the strength of a shoddily recorded concert video and low quality leak, the internet was begging for the remix before it was ever officially released. Since being finally liberated on March 7, the remix has brought a surge of previously uninterested mainstream fans over to Madeintyo’s banger.