Jacksonville, Florida's own YK Osiris has enlisted the 666 god for the official remix to his heartbreak-inspired hit "Valentine." Osiris, who broke through with his "I'm Next (Freestyle)" earlier this year, turned that well-deserved attention into a deal by inking some paperwork with Def Jam last month.
"I was in the studio, in my feelings," Osiris told the Fader of the real-life relationship angst that inspired his "Valentine" sessions. "A girl just broke my heart . . . so I wanted to spread my heart out. It was close by Valentine's and I wanted to show her the song. I didn't get to show her because she was still mad at me. Now she love me."
The latest Uzi feature—which boasts some of Uzi's most pop-punk-inspired lyrics yet—follows the release of Lil Tracy's "Like a Farmer" remix, i.e. the Only Country Song That Ever Mattered. The song is somehow just as good as the cover art, which someone named Deyah Gilbert shared on Uzi's Instagram alongside the plea "Please Make More Country Music."