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Lil Yachty, RD, Lil Boat’s tracks
His second studio album, Lil Boat 2 , was released on March 9, His third studio album, Nuthin' 2 Prove , was released on October 19, His fourth studio album, Lil Boat 3 , was released on May 29, McCollum was born in Mableton, Georgia. He stayed with a friend and networked with online street fashion personalities, while he built up his own Instagram following. Yachty first came to prominence in December when the SoundCloud version of his song " One Night " was used in a viral comedy video. In December , he was featured on the hip hop single " iSpy " by Kyle. The first promotional single, "Harley", produced by K Swisha, was released on April 14, Lil Yachty announced on February 20, , that his album Lil Boat 2 would be released on March 9, Lil Yachty has called his style " bubblegum trap.
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