, rap phenomenon Yeat returns with AftërLyfe, the explosive follow up to 2022’s acclaimed project Lyfë. Stream HERE via Field Trip / Geffen Records. Spearheaded by “Shmunk,” an undeniable collaboration with YoungBoy Never Broke Again, the 22-track project picks up where Yeat’s previous project Lyfë left off, as he expands on his talent and reaches towards an even more experimental sound. Highlighted with fuzzy melodies and razor-sharp lyrics, this album is proof that Yeat can’t be defined by a singular genre or style. AfterLyfë solidifies the rising star’s versatility as he remains one of the most exciting artists of the moment. AftërLyfe is available now at all digital retailers.
With umlaut-sprinkled titles like “No morë talk,” “Bëttr 0ff,” and “Hëavyweight,” AftërLyfe is the evolution of Lyfë — hypnotic beats are paried with Yeat’s distinctive vocal inflections and sing-along hooks. A perfect example is the blistering single “Shmunk,” which reunites the rapper with NBA YoungBoy. The collaborators previously joined forces on the 2022 hit “I Don’t Text Back.”
1. No morë talk
2. Shmunk (feat. YoungBoy Never Broke Again)
3. Bëttr 0ff
4. Rav3 p4rty (feat. Kranky Kranky)
5. Nun id change
7. Now (feat. Luh geeky)
9. 7 nightz
10. Mëan feen (feat. Kranky Kranky)
11. How it go
12. Sum 2 do
13. Back up
15. Bad bënd / DëMON
19. Back homë
20. Type monëy
21. Dëmon tied
AftërLyfe arrives just in time for Yeat’s 2023’s North American tour, which kicks off on March 4 in Detroit, MI and goes on for 23 more shows as the hitmaker crosses the country with his raucous live show, stopping in all major cities including New York, Atlanta, Philadelphia, Boston, San Francisco, and Los Angeles. Get your tickets HERE and see the full list of dates below.
Just a few months later, Yeat will travel to Europe to perform at 5 summer festivals spread across the continent. He’s already been announced for Wireless Fest in London, UK & Openair Frauenfeld in Fraunfeld, Switzerland. There will be an announcement on Monday, February 27th regarding his performance at a renowned hip-hop festival in Germany. The other two festivals will be announced in the coming weeks.
Yeat kicks off 2023 with the same momentum that closed out 2022. September’s Lyfë debuted at number 10 on the Billboard 200, making it his second top 10 debut of 2022. The project earned rave reviews with VULTURE calling him as “one of the biggest breakouts of the year,” while BILLBOARD noted that “Yeat possesses a singular style that could make him a star.” The 22-year-old also enjoyed a viral moment with his Minions: The Rise of Gru soundtrack contribution “Rich Minion.”
After breaking through in 2021 when “Gët Busy” exploded on TikTok, Yeat earned co-signs from hip-hop heavyweights like Drake, Lil Uzi Vert, and Young Thug — and quickly amassed superstar-worthy statistics of his own. In 2022, he clocked more than two billion streams and sold more than 2.1 million albums globally. With the arrival of AftërLyfe and his headlining tour, those numbers — and Yeat’s star — are destined to soar even higher.