The 22-year-old rapper has already amassed a legion of loyal fans thanks to his unique lingo and wild energy on tracks, and 2 Alivë (Geëk Pack) continues to harness that raw adrenaline that Yeat is able to tap into that makes people rage effortlessly. Tagging Lil Uzi Vert on “Big Tonka” and “3G,” the two artists have a natural chemistry that can only come from artists who grinded through the SoundCloud circuit before reaching mainstream fame. Yeat sounds like Uzi’s protege in some way, sliding on emphatic trap beats and making his lyrics hit harder than the snare drums.
Yeat knows how to keep his fans happy, because if booming this Geëk Pack from the sanctity of your car doesn’t hit hard enough, the rapper is gearing up to begin his 2 Alivë Tour on April 8, making stops in Detroit, Boston, Brooklyn, Atlanta, and several other major cities before it concludes in Los Angeles on May 9. A few weeks ago, Yeat also linked up with Cole Bennett to get the Lyrical Lemonade visual treatment on his song “Poppin.”