Lil Uzi Vert Continues #FreeUzi Campaign As "Eternal Atake" Climbs iTunes Chart

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Plus, the "New Patek" performer refers to DJ Drama's artist, Jack Harlow, as a clown.

(AllHipHop News) One of the top-selling rap albums on iTunes at the moment is Eternal Atake which was uploaded under the name Symere Wood. Eternal Atake is also the title of Symere "Lil Uzi Vert" Woods' long-delayed sophomore LP.

Some Uzi fans are bashing the Eternal Atake that's currently on iTunes for being "fake." However, those complaints have not stopped consumers from purchasing the collection on the platform.

In 2018, an 8-track project branded What Is This? appeared on streaming services under Uzi's real name as well. The rhymer's team insisted the set was just previously exposed snippets.

Meanwhile, the confirmed real Symere Woods is continuing to call out DJ Drama and Don Cannon's Generation Now label. The Philadelphia native has used Instagram Stories to highlight his #FreeUzi campaign.

Lil Uzi Vert has been complaining about alleged mistreatment by Generation Now for months. According to reports, the 24-year-old entertainer signed with Roc Nation management in an attempt to negotiate a release from Drama and Cannon.

Last week, XO Records artist Nav accused DJ Drama off blocking Uzi from being on his Bad Habits album. Drama responded by claiming the label cleared four songs for Nav. The record executive has also publicly approved of Uzi dropping the official Eternal Atake.