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Lil Yachty Weathers Heartbreak and Raps Across Five Screens in ‘A Cold Sunday’ Video

The single marks the rapper’s first solo release of the year following collaborations with Faye Webster and Chief Keef

The Sunday scaries hit a few days early for Lil Yachty. The rapper has shared his latest single, “A Cold Sunday,” a rumination on weathering heartbreak and the fluctuating value of material possessions. The record arrives alongside an AMD Visuals-directed music video that captures Lil Yachty in five different frames from five different angles.

“I ran thirty million in the ground, baby, now I’m back up/She a city girl, I’m the real reason that she act up,” he raps early on the song, which comes in at under two minutes in length. “She talk back, I make her pack up, send her home on Spirit/Something in my spirit made me not believe I’m feared.”


“A Cold Sunday” marks Lil Yachty’s first solo release of the year. In January, he appeared on collaborations with Faye Webster, Chief Keef, and Kid Cudi. It’s been just over a year since the rapper released his fifth studio album, Let’s Start Here, which Rolling Stone described in a review as “an offering of artistic integrity from a musician introduced to the world as the mainstream star of the SoundCloud generation.”

He saw it that way, too. “I don’t know what it is, but I just feel like people always kind of treated me like a kid. Like some Kidz Bop rapper or some shit,” Lil Yachty told Tierra Whack during Rolling Stone‘s Musicians on Musicians event. “I’m like, ‘I really do this shit!’ I was always the kid to be like, ‘OK, cool. You think this trash? I’m gonna go fix it. I’m gonna get better. I’m gonna come back.’”

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