Fans were caught by surprise on Tuesday when Yachty shared "Split/Whole Time," a swagger-filled, two-in-one track produced by longtime collaborator Earl on the Beat.
With his 19-song album set to drop in a matter of days, Yachty brought out all the stops for this one, including a star-studded visual cast highlighted by fellow Atlanta artist Playboi Carti as well as internet personalities Druski and Demetrius Harmon.
Strutting among countless other friends and acquaintances dressed in red to amplify the color of his signature braids, Lil Boat oozes Auto-Tuned bars about peach sodas, mink sofas and King Cobras.
Later, as the song transitions into its more lo-fi second half, "Whole Time," Yachty makes a quick wardrobe change before hosting a party in a trampoline-filled playground. "These n****s softer than Build-A-Bear / Penthouse, then make her eat with no silverware," he casually raps over dancing bells.
He's only interrupted when chatting on FaceTime with Carti, who could be preparing for the long-awaited release of Whole Lotta Red as promotional artwork has been popping up around New York City lately.
Along with this content, Lil Boat also unveiled several sleek pieces of Lil Boat 3-themed merch.
Barely a day ago, multi-hyphenate Kerwin Frost premiered two unheard Yachty tracks during the second episode of his brand new Apple Music radio show, Kerwin Frost Radio.
Tentatively titled “Deep Down” and “Thune,” Apple Music subscribers can play the tracks here starting at 21:58 and 54:06 respectively. Frost also debuted “Distraction” by his good friend A$AP Rocky at 01:19:20.