Yungblud and Lil Yachty tease new collaboration

Yungblud and Lil Yachty have been working together in Atlanta, Georgia.

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Yungblud and Lil Yachty working on something in Atlanta
Yungblud and Lil Yachty working on something in Atlanta

Yungblud and Lil Yachty appear to be teasing a collaboration.

A picture of the 'Fleabag' rocker and the 'DipSet' rapper behind the scenes working on the secret project they've been working on in Atlanta, Georgia has been released.

The pair can be seen sitting in directors’ chairs on what looks like a music video set.

No further details are known other than they are "working on something together".

Yungblud recently teamed up with Bring Me The Horizon on their second song together, 'Happier', which follows 2020's 'Obey'.

The 26-year-old star - whose birth name is Dominic Richard Harrison - also released the singles 'Lowlife' and 'Hated' last year.

As for Yachty, also 26, whose real name is Miles Parks McCollum, he swapped out his signature trap style for psychedelic rock-influenced tunes on his fifth studio album, 'Let's Start Here’, released last January.

In 2022, Yungblud revealed he had a "full psychedelic rock album" ready and waiting to be released.

He said he wants to release it in one go without any singles.

He told Billy Corgan's 'Thirty-Three With William Patrick Corgan' podcast: “I’ve got another album – I don’t know when it’s going to come out.

“It was [recorded around] New Year’s Day 2021… we made a full psychedelic rock album in a month and it’s just sitting there, and I don’t know when it will come out yet.”

He continued: “I just want to kind of drop it and let it be a thing. I don’t want to work a psychedelic rock album. There’s no singles, just one kind of feeling the whole way through that I just want to drop at some point.

“Everyone is going to ask me what the single is – I just want to let it be.”

As both artists have been inspired by the same genre, it suggests something psychedelic is on the way.

The 'Funeral' rocker's last studio album was 2022's 'Yungblud'.

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