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Lil Yachty Joins Forces With Juice WRLD for 'All Girls Are the Same' Remix

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Lil Yachty performs at Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre on May 1, 2018 in Charlotte, N.C. 

Juice WRLD has enjoyed a meteoric rise in the first half of 2018, vaulting from the ranks of SoundCloud to mainstream success with two records currently dominating the Billboard Hot 100. A standout track from the burgeoning Chicago native, "All Girls Are the Same," sees an added verse from Lil Yachty for an official remix. Both Lil Boat and Juice have teased the track for months, and the remix finally found its way onto YouTube late Monday night.

Lil Yachty attempted to upload the "All Girls Are the Same" remix to SoundCloud earlier on Monday, but the tune was repeatedly taken down for unknown reasons by the streaming platform. "It's being weird, won't let me post remix," the 20-year-old tweeted with an accompanying photo. "Tell [Juice WRLD] to drop it," he concluded. 

The Quality Control rapper keeps the romance theme going by detailing the past experiences of his love life with various women. "Shout-out Megan, make a n---a c-m in two seconds/ It was all good till no one wanted see me with it/ Janet, shawty hair from a different planet/ Cool as fuck but I can't trust a soul, goddamn it/ Jasmine, probably taking pictures out in Aspen/ High school, back in high school, she couldn't stand me," Yachty petulantly rhymes. 

In addition to hopping on the "All Girls Are the Same" remix, Lil Yachty released his first-ever collaboration with Valee on "Wombo." He also hosted a gathering for fans to pay tribute to the life of XXXTentacion with a candlelight vigil on Monday night in the Atlanta area. 

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