Despite being sold as some kind of millennial horse whisperer, Lil Uzi Vert's strength is making mainstream-ed versions of the kind of music pioneered by Chief Keef circa 2013-2014. Uzi Vert brings the bad guy persona to boyish, approachable, Bart Simpson-on-a-T-shirt levels, and also seems willing to play ball with the industry. He doesn't have the most fully fleshed out personality on wax, but he makes up for that with a strong ear for hooks and a real vision for his songwriting. "You Was Right" works particularly well because of its novel concept. It's a song about giving too much of yourself, and regretting it—a fresh angle on a common experience.