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West Coast Rapper Yeat Releases Massive ‘Breathe’ Music Video From ‘2093’ LP

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California’s breakthrough emcee, record producer and songwriter Yeat, born Noah Olivier Smith, has released the sophomore visual cut from his latest studio album “2093”.

Titled “Breathe”, the cut arrives in support of the bart how & star boy-produced rap record on Yeat’s 4th studio album and serves as the follow-up to the evocative “U Should Know” music video released in February. The massive cut was preceded by Yeat’s phase two of “2093” which featured a long overdue verse by Drake.

The flagrant visuals capture the West Coast rapper raving in outer space as he navigates his way through top-tier rap life.

Watch the “Breathe” music video by Yeat below.

In other news, Atlanta rap superstars Metro Boomin & Future are gearing for two joint albums this summer with “We Don’t Trust You” LP releasing Friday.

Last week, Boomin and Hendrixx previewed two unreleased rap records “Cinderella” and “Type Shit” featuring Houston’s Travis Scott.

Reportedly, “Type Shit” will feature a guest verse by Playboi Carti too.

Earlier today, Boomin & Future premiered the second trailer for “We Don’t Trust You”. Check it out below if you haven’t yet.

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Stream ‘2093’ by Yeat via Spotify.