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Atlanta’s Lil Yachty is a pure creation of the Internet. His cult hit "1 Night" found most of its audience through a viral sketch comedy video , and before that, he was being plugged on Twitter  by Ian Connor, a stylist and web curator known mostly for his connection to  A$AP Rocky . He’s indebted to Lil B , too, with free-form verses that mimic Based Freestyles and a carefree energy reminiscent of the Based God’s Myspace days. In short, Yachty thrives in Rocky’s post-regionalist rap universe, a space defined by digital platforms rather than geography. One of his producers goes by Digital Nas. He is definitive proof that modern rap has no gatekeepers, and Soundcloud rap’s laziest possible copy-and-paste job.

There isn’t a single thing Lil Yachty’s doing that someone else isn't doing better, and in richer details. On  Lil Boat , his debut mixtape, he makes a grating mess of these varying influences. The most obvious creative inspiration is iLoveMakonnen , which becomes especially clear on "Good Day," with its creaky falsetto and warbling melody. But Makonnen brings warmth and a feeling of ease to his tracks, while Yachty is constantly straining, as if just getting the words out of his mouth is a struggle. His rapping is jerky and his voice is so flat that Auto-Tune itself seems to buckle under the weight.

Yachty’s main selling point is "fun." This is all supposed to seem easy and unbothered, and it does on cheery tunes like “Wanna Be Us” and “Run/Running.” But everything feels unfinished or undercooked—a handful of songs are just a single verse and a hook, with no clear relationship between the two. So a song like "Not My Bro" opens with a bang and then shrinks back into nothing, a series of pitchy, singsongy whines. It's a lot of things —irritating, boring —but "fun" isn't one of them.

Yachty’s simplicity works in his favor when it comes to catchy hooks. On the better songs here, he sings/raps over bubbly, retro N64-sounding productions (mostly produced by Burberry Perry) that convey childlike wonder and amusement. But the hooks don’t do nearly enough to balance out Yachty’s painful shrieks, and many of his ideas aren’t just basic, they’re sloppily executed. Attempting to form a working model out of the flotsam of the moment is a fool’s errand. But what else is to be expected of a prisoner of shifting tides?

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Lil Yachty’s debut mixtape, Lil Boat , is one of the pre-eminent releases of the SoundCloud era. Released on March 9, 2016, it made Lil Yachty a star, spawned multiple hits, and further legitimized the DIY-style rap that emerged at the beginning of the decade.

The Atlanta MC entered the crowded rapper-singer fray with a work that’s split into two distinct sides, seeing him grapple with dueling elements of his personality and career. The first half of Lil Boat sees Yachty flex his flow, while the second half finds him crooning in AutoTune. That may be a slightly reductive way to look at the collection (in reality, he does both throughout), but there’s certainly a kind of TI vs TIP split-personality concept to the whole affair. Yachty uses his style to demarcate who is who, and, despite his glee throughout, Lil Boat is a surprisingly subtle work for the chaotic time it represents.

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Yachty’s debut mixtape is a standout work for the usual reasons – great name, great cover, and two singles that will forever be associated with Yachty and the era from which he emerged: “One Night” and “Minnesota.”

As a title, Lil Boat was perfect. Serving two purposes at once, it created a fitting alt.moniker for the MC while helping a lot of people to pronounce his name (did you actually say it like “yacht”?). Nautical luxury isn’t the most commonly-evoked lifestyle in hip-hop (outside of Puffy), so that theme alone was enough to put Yachty in his own lane. And then there’s the artwork: not a yacht, barely even a boat; it’s basically a little wooden dinghy. Beautifully composed, the image looks like a classical painting, bordered in a red that matches Yachty’s hair. It’s almost Americana in tone – though Yachty’s music is anything but.

All hail “King Of The Youth”

Yachty may be poised and confident on that cover, but he’s also lost in the gloom at sea – an apt metaphor for the musical style he was leading. While not traditional in any sense, Yachty is honest with his emotions in a way that younger generations have always been, and Lil Boat found him attempting to navigate his way through the emotionally turbulent years of his late youth. Shortly after his breakout, Yachty would declare himself “King Of Teens” or, alternatively, “King Of The Youth.” This might have sounded ridiculous to adults who weren’t even sure how to pronounce his name, but those adults were no longer in charge. Lil Yachty was not part of some hip-hop assembly line; like other DIY pioneers before him, Yachty and his crew were making these songs at home, often in a matter of minutes.

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Outside of the Vikings football team and Ice Cube ’s “What Can I Do?,” Minnesota doesn’t get name-checked very often in hip-hop. Simply naming a track after a state was seemingly in line with the aforementioned “half-Americana, half trolling” theme of Lil Boat – but, of course, the song isn’t actually about Minnesota. It’s more of a celebration of Lil Yachty’s arrival on the scene. The draw and significance of having both Quavo and Young Thug on a song in 2016 is hard to overstate, and their guest appearances turned “Minnesota” into a certified-gold hit. At the time, Quavo was just months away from releasing “Bad And Boujee,” while Thug was fresh off Barter 6 and in the middle of his Slime Season run. Together, he and Yachty appeared at Kanye West’s Yeezy Season 3 fashion show, on February 11, where The Life Of Pablo received its public unveiling. Just two days after releasing his debut mixtape, Yachty was at the epicenter of one of hip-hop’s biggest cultural shifts.

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Lil Boat was big enough that Burberry Perry – Yachty’s right-hand man at the time and the producer behind most of the mixtape – came under pressure from the fashion label Burberry and was forced to change his name. That wasn’t exactly an unprecedented move, but the speed with which it happened certainly was. It’s not often that an internationally renowned fashion house serves a cease-and-desist to a kid who got famous on the internet and was barely old enough to vote.

Perry’s production on Lil Boat ’s lead single, “One Night’ (Yachty’s best-known song to date), guided the way for the rest of the collection. Even the beats he didn’t produce fall right in line, all cascading bells, and whistles alongside keys that let you hear Yachty’s grin throughout.

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Lil Yachty’s emergence closely resembles that of the Odd Future collective, who, years earlier, more or less launched DIY rap on the internet (depending on how you view Lil B’s rise to fame). Seemingly overnight, Yachty was partnering with Urban Outfitters and the aptly titled Nautica clothing brand. His rapid ascent would have sounded like fan fiction just a few years earlier but, after his breakout, many artists began following his path to fame on a regular basis.

Having hit it big in such a short space of time, Yachty wasn’t about to slow down. He went on to guest (and absolutely steal the show) on “Broccoli,” a DRAM song with a Yachty-perfect beat. As one of the stars in Quality Control ’s shining roster, Yachty was operating alongside some of the biggest acts in hip-hop. With Lil Boat, he fully shed the “mumble rap” label, completing the transition from SoundCloud sensation to major label star.

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With its "once upon a time"-style introduction, Lil Yachty's debut commercial project starts off sounding a little like a children's book. When you read out his name with the mixtape's title—Lil Yachty's Lil Boat—it sounds like a nursery rhyme. It's an aesthetic symmetry that evokes youthful whimsy, which matches the rapper's slurred, lullaby melodies and the gleaming beats he splashes with playboy flexes and tales of aspiration. This is the stylistic mix at the heart of "bubblegum trap", a sound pioneered by Yachty himself. While he later dismissed the label, it remains an apt description for the mellifluous sing-song raps and lackadaisical flows that permeate the star-making project. Checking in at 40 minutes, the mixtape introduces fans to two central characters: Lil Boat and Lil Yachty. Boat is his more aggressive alter ego, while Yachty is the friendlier, even more melodically inclined variant. The two identities grow further apart in subsequent projects, but on Lil Boat, they both thrive on warbles you might mumble under your breath. For "Minnesota", Yachty floats over rainbow keys that could come from an ice cream van, threading flexes with off-kilter warnings about life in the trenches. Verses from Quavo, Skippa Da Flippa and Young Thug further embed it with a grit that's at odds with the toddler-friendly instrumental, giving it a delectable layer of irony. Yachty surfaces again on "Good Day", with his Auto-Tuned vocals colouring a fly guy's wonderland. Peeking from behind the neon haze, Lil Boat emerges on "Not My Bro", a casual dismissal of would-be hangers-on. Meanwhile, on "Interlude", Boat unloads a barrage of death threats, packaging them in a dazed beat and a murmur that sits opposite Yachty's sugarcoated melodies elsewhere on the project. With Boat fading into a malaise as he cruises above the opiate synths, it feels like a foggy daydream. If this were an imaginary world, "One Night" would be its first monument. After going viral in a comedic video, the track picked up millions of streams, propelling Yachty from ambitious college dropout to ubiquitous internet presence. Fusing muted synths with a drowsy melody, the track was a player's anthem for the new school—and the beginning of Yachty’s extremely online Gen Z fairy tale.

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We heard a new Lil Yachty at 'Austin City Limits' taping. More rock, less rap.

Fans expecting yachty's iconic mumble rap were shocked by the psychedelic rock inspired "let's start here.".

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Lil Yachty began his Austin City Limits taping by introducing a completely new song to the crowd, one he has never performed in front of an audience. A couple of seconds later though, he waved it off. Another attempt went by, and the artist shook his head. 

“Keys off bro,” Yachty said.  

One more time. No dice, and the rapper and his band went back to try to fix the tech issue. 40 minutes later, Yachty opted to skip the song altogether. 

So instead, let’s start here. 

His band broke into the first song off his new album, “Let’s Start Here” (get it) with “the BLACK seminole,” as guitars riffed and percussion rifled across the Moody Theater. Fans who were expecting high hats, a booming bass and Yachty’s iconic mumble rap were introduced to a new artist, one that had swerved from his past as a SoundCloud rapper in favor of a new psychedelic rock-based style. 

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Yachty played through the entire album, most of which seemed foreign to a confused crowd that may have been expecting some of his iconic hits such as “Broccoli” or “iSpy.” This was a completely different energy from the artist who first became known for a viral You Tube skit that featured his song, “One Night,” and who had once beefed with old-school hip-hop artists over so-called “serious music” vs. his freestyle rap that they believed made a mockery of the art.  

Yet, it was obvious from the very first lyric that left Yachty’s mouth that this was not something he was simply doing for kicks. Having collaborated with Mac DeMarco, members of MGMT, Unknown Mortal Orchestra and Chairlift for the album, it was clear that the 25 year old had a vision for his new phase. 

It’s not like he hasn’t released other albums over the year. Having started his career with the debut album “Lil Boat” in 2016, Yachty has released seven other projects since then, all variations of the style of rap that made him famous. However, like rappers before him, he looked to break through the identity that he’d crafted over his career with this new work. 

“I did what I wanted to do, which was create a body of work that reflected me,” Yachty explained in a Billboard cover feature. “My idea was for this album to be a journey: Press play and fall into the void.” 

And into the void he and his band did fall. Often, it felt like they were in a completely different space than the audience. They swayed on songs like “drive ME crazy!,” one of the funkiest bops of the night, infecting the mellow crowd with a melody so groovy that they couldn't help but dance.

Another highlight came right afterward, with “IVE OFFICIALLY LOST ViSion!!!!” Yachty's dreads swung back and forth as he headbanged to one of the more rock-inspired songs of the night.

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Yachty was conversational and casual with the audience. Never too high, never too low - he had a humble sort of vibe throughout the night, seemingly content to let his fantastic all-black, all-female band take the spotlight whenever it was appropriate. There were also a couple of standout features. Teezo Touchdown delivered the only rap verse of the night, while Justine Skye and Fousheé’s vocals made appearances on several songs. 

At one point on “the BLACK seminole,” Yachty pulled up a stool and sat to the side, letting his guitarist steal the show with an incredible solo.  

“These black women are so talented and so f***** amazing...100% more talented than me,” Yachty said. 

He finished with a flourish on “REACH THE SUNSHINE.” Yachty's vocalists sang in harmony, soulfully fading into the distance as synth tickled in the background. He didn’t overstay his welcome or return for an encore. As soon as Yachty left the void, he was out of it. 

It wasn't the perfect night for the artist. The crowd never fully embraced Yachty's new style, and the debut of his new song had to be put on hold. However, it's only the starting point for the Georgia native and his new era.

“If you’ve never failed, you never know how great it is to truly succeed in something,” Yachty said. 

The taping will air on PBS this fall as part of Austin City Limits' upcoming Season 49. Yachty will also return to Austin for his slot in 2023’s ACL Festival. 

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Lil Yachty's Label Concrete Boyz set to release their first collaboration project 'It's Us Volume 1' this April

A ccording to NFR Podcast, Lil Yachty's record label, Concrete Boys (also known as Concrete Boyz), is set to release their first collaboration project titled It's Us: Volume 1 on all streaming platforms this April.

NFR's official X account posted on March 25, confirming the release date of the Concrete Boyz project as April 5, 2024. The post also revealed the featured artists, including Lil Yachty, Karrahbooo, Draft Day, DC2Trill, and Camo. The tweet read:

"LIL YACHTY, KARRAHBOOO, DRAFT DAY, DC2TRILL, CAMO!"

The tracklist for the upcoming album is yet to be confirmed, but based on the artists involved in this project, it's likely to showcase a fusion of alternative rock, R&B, and rap.

Lil Yachty and Concrete Boys Discography

Yachty (Lil Boat), who is currently signed to Quality Control, incorporated his own Record Label Concrete Boyz, a few years ago in an attempt to bring upcoming artists in his genre to the spotlight.

Over the years, Yachty and his team have been slowly recruiting rappers and artists from across the music industry, from 31 Camo to Karahbooo, all of whose music appears to have been inspired by Boat's discography.

Lil Yachty has also collaborated with his signees on some of his previous work. Below are two songs officially released alongside Artist Draft Day:

  • Demon Time (Feat. Draft Day)
  • POPOVICH Freestyle (Feat. Draft Day)

On May 29, 2020, Yachty released his fourth studio album, titled Lil Boat 3 , across all DSPs (Digital Streaming Platforms) via Quality Control Music and Motown Records. The 19-track project included a track titled Concrete Boys .

This track acted as the official introduction to the "Concrete Crew" he was building with his record label. The song includes a shout-out to the Concrete Boys in the chorus when Yachty implies that when his "back is against the wall," he can always rely on his crew to come through for him.

Another notable bar from Lil Yachty's song has been listed below:

"I just woke up, dreamin' 'bout the rose (Oh my God) / They had ni**as 'round me who don't stand on toes (Hell nah) / Barely ever do I think about my foes / How much longer will I live? Only God knows."

On December 16, 2023, a song titled Mo Jams was released on the official YouTube channel for Concrete Boys, alongside a music video that featured most of the CB roster, except for 31 Camo. Mo Jams was produced by Rawbone and acts as the first official collaboration between the members of Concrete Boys.

This track, although not being released on DSPs, has garnered significant attention for an upcoming collaboration project by racking up almost 4 million views on YouTube.

As fans await a Concrete Boys collaboration album, Lil Yachty continues to impress fans by following up on his widely acclaimed 2023 project Let's Start Here, which found the rapper delving into a more experimental sound with his music.

Notably, Yachty has been releasing a string of singles, which include his collaboration with Fred Again.. on stayinit. The rapper was also featured on Lyrical Lemonade's debut studio album, All Is Yellow , which dropped two months ago in January 2024.

Lil Yachty's Label Concrete Boyz set to release their first collaboration project 'It's Us Volume 1' this April

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    Lil Boat is the debut commercial mixtape by American rapper Lil Yachty. It was released on March 9, 2016, [1] [2] by Quality Control Music, Capitol Records and Motown. The mixtape's production was primarily provided by TheGoodPerry, along other record producers such as 1Mind, Earl, Digital Nas and Grandfero. Yachty enlisted guest appearances from Young Thug, Quavo and Byou, among others.

  18. DOWNLOAD: Lil Yachty Lil Boat 3.5 album

    Lil Yachtyhas dropped an enticing Hip-Hop project titled "Lil Boat 3.5." This release is a testament to Lil Yachty's musical evolution and his ability to consistently deliver fresh and captivating hip-hop music.

  19. Lil Yachty Lyrics, Songs, and Albums

    Soon after, Yachty released his Lil Boat mixtape —which features an extended version of "1Night," along with a remix of "Minnesota" with Young Thug, Quavo, and Skippa Da Flippa.

  20. ‎Lil Boat

    With its "once upon a time"-style introduction, Lil Yachty's debut commercial project starts off sounding a little like a children's book. When you read out his name with the mixtape's title—Lil Yachty's Lil Boat—it sounds like a nursery rhyme. It's an aesthetic symmetry that evokes youthful whimsy, which matches the rapper's slurred, lullaby melodies and the gleaming beats he splashes ...

  21. Review: Lil Yachty performs new album at 'Austin City Limits' taping

    Lil Yachty performed his new album, "Let's Start Here" for the Austin City Limits taping.

  22. Lil Yachty

    Lil Boat 3 was released on May 29, 2020 and debuted at number 14 on the US Billboard 200. A deluxe version of the album titled Lil Boat 3.5 was released on November 27. On October 19, 2020, Lil Yachty announced his intention to release a mixtape before the end of 2020. Michigan Boy Boat was released on April 23, 2021.

  23. Lil Yachty

    The album is the sequel to Lil Yachty's debut mixtape, Lil Boat, which sparked his career as a Soundcloud rapper at only 18 years old.

  24. Lil Yachty's Label Concrete Boyz set to release their first ...

    Yachty (Lil Boat), who is currently signed to Quality Control, incorporated his own Record Label Concrete Boyz, a few years ago in an attempt to bring upcoming artists in his genre to the spotlight.

  25. Lil Boat

    Lil Boat may refer to: Lil Yachty, American artist and rapper also known as Lil Boat. Lil Boat (mixtape), the debut commercial mixtape by Lil Yachty, 2016. Lil Boat 2, second studio album by Lil Yachty, 2018. Lil Boat 3, the fourth studio album by Lil Yachty, 2020.

  26. Lil Yachty

    Michigan Boy Boat is Lil Yachty's third commercial mixtape and the follow-up to his November 2020 release, Lil Boat 3.5. The Michigan-themed record is nearly two years in the making.

  27. James Blake & Lil Yachty Lyrics, Songs, and Albums

    Get all the lyrics to songs by James Blake & Lil Yachty and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.