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Yeat previews new song with Future

Photos of Yeat and Future.
Yeat, Future. (Shutterstock/Jamie Lamor Thompson; Instagram/yeat)

Yeat has given his fans a preview of what to expect from his upcoming fourth studio album, "2093."


On Wednesday, the "Talk" rapper shared a series of images to his Instagram, including one of him in the studio with Childish Gambino and one of him on a video call with Drake.


"2093ISCOMING……. 2.??.24," he captioned the post, seemingly confirming his new album will be released sometime this month.



In an Instagram story posted the same day, Yeat also shared a snippet of a new song he has with Future.


"If I'm not making money then I got myself a drought," Yeat can be heard rapping in the clip.


It's unclear whether the track will feature on "2029."



In a recent interview with 032 magazine, Yeat, who last year teamed up with Drake for the hit single "IDGAF" from the 6 God's album "For All the Dogs," revealed he doesn't like listening to rap music.


"The only music I listen to is old-ass music," he said, adding that by "old-ass" music he means anything from the "1880s to 1960s."


He continued: "Obviously I love the GOATS of rap, but I can't listen to them. If you sit there listening to other rappers all day, you start to sound like them, even subconsciously and even if you don't want to."

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