Lil Uzi Vert still hasn't shared the release date for his long-awaited new album Eternal Atake, but he has been kind enough to drop a new feature and loosie here and there. Today marks the release of another surprise Uzi appearance, with Cassius Jay's latest "Big Racks" featuring the rapper for its entire running time. 

Produced by Jay with co-production from Atlanta's Wheezy, who worked extensively on projects from both Young Thug and Future this year, "Big Racks" sees Uzi in a more relaxed state than his approach. With a simple, low-key hook, and some more reserved verses that reference everything from his earnings to his appreciation for Sailor Moon, "Big Racks" is another tantalizing but far too brief taste of much needed new Uzi music. 

Curiously, "Big Racks" doesn't appear to be available on Spotify yet, but it can be streamed above via Apple Music.

During a recent homecoming show in Philadelphia, the rapper finally told fans that Eternal Atake is finished. "I'm finally done with that joint," he teased during the show, which also featured performances from Young Thug, ASAP Ferg, Nav, Meek Mill, Chief Keef, G Herbo, and Lil Durk among others. He also reportedly performed a currently unreleased song, which could very well be from the album. Despite this, there's still no solid date for the record. Until then, it's all just wishful thinking and rumors.