The DJ Plugg-produced track finds the 'Money Longer' rapper spitting lines about speeding on a highway and wishing people would stop bothering him.
The three-and-a-half-minute track finds Uzi spitting lines about speeding on a highway and wishing people would stop bothering him. "I hope I don't crash/ I'm driving too fast/ I know why you mad/ Cause I got the cash," he raps. "Told her don't call my phone/ Not with the texting, b***h/ Don't want no messages/ Feelings, ain't catching it/ Told her, 'You talk too much, baby girl, rest your lips.' "
The release of the track came just days after Uzi appeared to take a jab at his label's founder DJ Drama. Taking to his Twitter account, the "Money Longer" spitter wrote, "And if y'all do sign.. sign 2 a major Don't sign 2 a rapper or a Dj... Its just easier When The Time Come For That Fake S**t," along with a face with rolling eyes and hundred points emojis.
And if y’all do sign ... sign 2 a major Dont sign 2 a rapper or a Dj ........Its Just Easier When The Time Come For That Fake Shit 🙄💯®️— Uzi London 🌎☄️💕® (@LILUZIVERT) 12 Januari 2018
Drama, who signed Uzi to his and Don Cannon's Generation Now Imprint, quoted the tweet with his response. "Let's state the facts and see who REALLY on some fake s**t," he responded. Replying to his tweet, Uzi tweeted that he "was given advice 2 my young followers... you got a guilty conscience or sumthin," adding a face with hand over mouth emoji.
Lets state the facts and see who REALLY on some fake shit. https://t.co/xeQdjEBlT1— DJ DRAMA (@DJDRAMA) 12 Januari 2018
I was given advice 2 my young followers ... you got a guilty conscience or sumthin 🤭 https://t.co/Xsth4mJoJn— Uzi London 🌎☄️💕® (@LILUZIVERT) 12 Januari 2018
Drama and Cannon signed Uzi back in 2015, saying that the rapper "didn't have a real situation going" when they found him. "He was doing things on his own, trying to get his music on," Cannon shared last year. "I felt like with our supernatural abilities we could take him out of here, and that's basically all it comes down to. There's not really a master plan to it. We just know what we can do with people that are passionate enough and have talent."