Eternal Atake | Lil Uzi Vert

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Eternal Atake

Eternal Atake is the second studio album by American rapper Lil Uzi Vert. It is his first project since his 2017 studio album Luv Is Rage 2. After being initially announced in 2018, the album was released on March 6, 2020 through Generation Now and Atlantic Records as a surprise release. -Wikipedia

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  • Pitchfork

    With deliriously good rapping and immaculate production, Uzi makes an event album live up to its name.  

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  • Rolling Stone

    The space-y rap superstar’s highly anticipated new album was more than worth the wait.  

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  • NME

    he has made another record that will stay close to the hearts of a generation of rap fans. He is surely our generation’s Lil Wayne.  

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  • Vulture

    To hear the artist tell it, this 18-song batch is only the first half of the final project. Could the rest be this good? Will Lil Uzi go platinum without (rap) features? Find out next time on Eternal Atake. 

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  • The Philadelphia Inquirer

    Yet, Eternal Atake also reminds hip-hop fans that Uzi is more than a charismatic star with extraterrestrial ambition. He’s also a skilled, high-speed rhymer whose talent is out of this world. 

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  • Complex

    Because of how theatrical Uzi can often be, it’s almost surprising that Eternal Atake is as sturdy and workmanlike as it is. There’s flash, certainly, but it’s all in service to the music. It’s almost normal by Uzi standards, but Lil Uzi Vert’s normal is still something we’ve never heard before. 

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  • DJ Booth

    Rap’s newest Martian has returned to Earth in spectacular fashion. 

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  • The Breeze

    “Eternal Atake” is an album that’s either best enjoyed in small doses or as if one is a die hard Uzi fan who’s been desperate for his new music.  

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  • The Daily Nebraskan

    “Eternal Atake” offers a mystical joyride into the mind of Lil Uzi Vert, and it’s a ride you’ll be begging to go on round after round. 

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  • The Cavalier

    Off the back of 19 months of hype, Uzi delivered a solid set of songs. If you’re just looking for the typical Uzi formula, it’s here. Nothing special, nothing horrific.  

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  • Stereogum

    Eternal Atake is able to support and channel all this excitement because it’s a great album. It’s a wild ride, a restlessly inventive and silly piece of cultural flotsam. It radiates joy and anxiety, twisting those two things together so forcefully that the two emotions become one.  

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  • HNHH

    Eternal Atake and the whole experience that came along with it delivered what fans were desperately waiting for.  

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  • The Ringer

    I know I just got 18 new Uzi songs, and I’m grateful. 

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  • Vibe

    On 'Eternal Atake,’ Lil Uzi Vert Goes Outer Space For His Best Project Yet. 

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  • Uproxx

    ‘Eternal Atake’ Is Deceptively Deep And Fun As Hell. 

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  • Baller Status

    His flex lyrics, intricate production, and animated flow are authentic and raw. Like his previous projects, Eternal Atake will definitely continue to be played years from now.  

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  • The Badger Herald

    Despite high praise from some, 'Eternal Atake' favors repetition over impressive wordplay, present flows, ideas we have heard all before. 

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  • Exclaim

    The breadth of styles and sounds that Lil Uzi Vert explores on Eternal Atake is as vast as the cosmos on the LP's cover art. 

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  • Sputnik Music

    With Eternal Atake, Lil Uzi Vert has crafted an album that doesn’t only sound better than the average melodic hip hop project common on streaming platforms nowadays, but one that also displays a genuinely inspired and interesting personality so often lacking in this style of music.  

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  • The Voyager

    I would say that this album was worth the wait. 

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  • VOX ATL

    With all of the music that has been released, and is set to be released this year, this album is definitely a staple. The project’s diversity in sounds differentiates itself from many other projects we’ve heard since 2019 and going into 2020. 

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  • Kcpipernews

    Eternal Atake was well worth the wait as it employs a diverse style and provides a story when you listen from top to bottom. The album has tremendous replay value, there is a song for every mood or situation.  

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  • Statesman

    This 18 song, hour and the two-minute album is the epitome of hip hop. This will without a doubt win rap album of the year. 

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  • Blue Devil Hub

    “Eternal Atake” was definitely overhyped and failed to deliver compared to the anticipation from the over-two-year wait. The first half is disappointing and has a lot of filler songs that will age fast.  

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  • Vocal Media Beat

    Overall, this was a really good way for Lil Uzi Vert to come back in the rap game as I view him as a few of the new school I can enjoy and tolerate. This leads me excited to see what type of plans he is up to next and more good music to come.  

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  • Livewire

    I believe that this is Uzi’s strongest, most-cohesive project yet. This album creates an experience for the listener that not many artists are able to create and proved himself as a top artist in the rap game. This project showed his true potential and only builds up more hype for his project to follow.  

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  • Ratings Game Music

    “Eternal Atake,” Lil Uzi Vert’s most important album to-date, seeks to live up to lofty expectations.  

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  • Rap & Hip-Hop Amino

    on Eternal Atake beats are so not what i want to hear, it doesnt suit Uzi and doesnt suit that idea of Eternal Atake. But in the end i think that lack of features on this project killed any potential.  

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  • Thirstkey

    overall “Eternal Atake” is a very solid album. My expectations were nonexistent so that surely plays a role but as someone who’s never really enjoyed a Lil Uzi album, I enjoyed this a majority of the time.  

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  • The Rocky Mountain Collegian

    “Eternal Atake” was an album packed with a lot of uniqueness and versatility. Lil Uzi Vert really came through with a new spin while still bringing his original vibes.  

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