FXXXXY’s music lives on.
More than six months after the rapper’s untimely death, his label gifted fans with the much-anticipated track “Yeah Kool,” featuring his previous collaborator Lil Uzi Vert. The song was teasing in a couple of Instagram videos earlier this week; one of which featured the Dallas rapper hyping up Uzi’s contribution.
“The Uzi shit we got? The Uzi shit we got? Ain’t the Uzi shit you got,” he said. “It ain’t that, you know what I’m sayin’? I’ma just leave it there.”
FXXXXY previously worked with Uzi on a number of tracks, being credited as a writer on songs like “Moment of Clarity” and “My Legacy.”
You can listen to “Yeah Kool” now on Apple Music and Spotify.
The track arrives nearly four months after fans received FXXXY’s posthumous debut album Do You Trust Me? The project spanned nine tracks and included guest appearances by Gunna and Lil Durk.
FXXXY, who was a member of Future’s FBG, died in September 2020 from complications while undergoing a routine medical procedure.
“We are all deeply saddened by the sudden and unexpected passing of FXXXXY and offer our sincerest condolences to his family, his team, friends and thousands of fans. Everyone who came into FXXXXY’s orbit was moved by his positive energy and spirit. His talent was undeniable,” Joie Manda of IGA said in a statement. “He was an important member of our IGA family and it’s heartbreaking that he was taken from all of us too soon.”