Baby Pluto

Album: Eternal Atake (2020)
Charted: 36 6
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Songfacts®:

  • This is the opening track of Lil Uzi Vert's second album, Eternal Atake. The rapper split the record into three parts during which he takes on three different personas: "Baby Pluto" (track 1-6), "Renji" (track 7-12) and "Lil Uzi Vert" (track 13-18).
  • This aggressive banger introduces Lil Uzi Vert's "Baby Pluto" alter ego. It finds the rapper flexing his bedroom prowess, luxury car collection and general wealth in a switch-up from his usual melody and flow.
  • Uzi continues his in-your-face style for the next five tracks on Eternal Atake, all rapped by his alter-ego, Baby Pluto. When he gets to track 7, "I'm Sorry," he switches-up to another persona, Renji, whose raps are more lighthearted.

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