The only cheap response to listening to “That means,” where Lil Uzi Vert interpolates the Backstreet Boys’ hook to “I would like It That approach” into a hypnotic chant, is to conclude that the Philly rapper makes the most effective Dance Dance Revolution track.
Produced with the aid of Supah Mario, the dreamy beat seems like entering a portal that allows you to out at a three a.m. party where people are dressed like they’re within the opening scene of Blade.
Though the phrase “Backstreet Boys interpolation” could make you assume “That method” is a gimmick, it’s in truth a return to the shoulder shimmying, eye-rolling, singing Hayley Williams within the backseat of an automotive Uzi, whose animated personality made his meteoric upward push imaginable.
“They snicker at me because I’m emo” is a kind of Uzi trace that couldn’t be said by way of any person else. yet, whereas his vocal delivery on the monitor mirrors his early singles, “That method” is full of the trance-like spirit and pure fire of recent songs like “Futsal Shuffle” and “Free Uzi.” Uzi is also rap’s handiest celebrity ready for each Funk Flex radio freestyle and Cascada nighttime at the club.
Lil Uzi Vert: “That approach”