Lil Uzi Vert is giving his fans a new music video just in time for the holidays.
The 28-year-old Philadelphia rapper shared a visual for his new track “Red Moon,” directed by Be El Be, which found him wallowing in solitude.
“Red Moon” is obviously a heartbreak anthem with lyrics such as “But our love is not the same/ Our feelings change like seasons/ You tell me that you leavin’.”
“Lost myself and then I made my bedroom/ Sittin’ back thinkin’, got too much head room/ Thinkin’ ’bout my relationships that didn’t even last/ What I didn’t get out of them, I swear that I’m tryna get it up out you/ You let me go and now I feel so light blue/ I’m by myself and I’m just starin’ at a red moon,” he croons in the second verse.
Toward the end of the music video, three quotes appear on the screen. The first says, “If someone can be away from you, let them be. Its better to be alone than losing yourself for approval” and the second reads, “Love isn’t real, but with my imagination, I can make anything real.” Finally, the last quote simply reads, “LIR3,” a reference to Lil Uzi Vert’s forthcoming album “Luv Is Rage 3.”
In other Uzi news, Uzi recently told TMZ that the upcoming “Luv Is Rage 3” would be his final album, followed by a pivot into designing women’s clothes.