Lil Yachty


The Heartfelt Reason Lil Yachty Stopped By An Atlanta McDonald's

Unless they're a child of the rich and famous, most celebrities start out in obscurity. In the relatively short time that he's been on the scene, 24-year-old Atlanta rapper Lil Yachty has gone from laying tracks on SoundCloud to selling out headlining tours, sharing bills with Cardi B and A$AP Rocky, and earning accolades from the likes of Rolling Stone and The New York Times. But, before his big break in 2014, the life of the "One Night" rapper looked a lot like that of many other American teens.
Atlanta Daily World

McDonald’s and Lil Yachty Kick Off Employee Recognition Program in Atlanta

McDonald’s alum turned platinum rapper, Lil Yachty, kicks off the celebration by surprising a restaurant team in his hometown of Atlanta. From thoughtful gestures like greeting customers with a song or paying for their order at the drive-thru, to extraordinary actions like saving a choking customer’s life, McDonald’s crew members are constantly showing up for customers and making their days a little brighter. And our fans love to celebrate them in return, with thank-you shout-outs at local restaurants and all over social media.

Fivio Foreign Links With Lil Yachty For “Slime Them” Video

Fivio Foreign is currently one of the hardest working rappers in Hip-Hop. Since the year began, Fivio has been consistently killing the culture with content. Whether it’s working with Kanye West, working with Nicki Minaj, or doing his own thing, the Brooklyn drill rapper has been a topic of discussion when it comes to Hip-Hop.

Lil Yachty to perform at Spring Fling as surprise guest

The Social Planning and Events Committee announced on Instagram that Lil Yachty will be the third performer at Penn’s Spring Fling concert on Friday. Lil Yachty — a rapper from Atlanta — first gained popularity in 2015 with singles “One Night” and “Minnesota." All of his albums have charted in the top 20 of the Billboard 200 list, and he has been nominated for two Grammy Awards. He is now known for popular songs such as "iSpy" and "Magic in the Hamptons."

RS Recommends: From Harry Styles to Lil Yatchy, Men Are Getting Into Nail Polish

Click here to read the full article. If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, Rolling Stone may receive an affiliate commission. Nail polish on men is trending again. In the Seventies, artists like David Bowie and Lou Reed were wearing it, and men’s “subversive” self-expression began to really take off during this time period, although defying norms was not new. By the Nineties, Kurt Cobain and Billie Joe Armstrong were among the men who incorporated nail polish in their rock star personas and the trend continues today, with artists like Kid Cudi, Lil...

[WATCH] YSL’s First Lady Karlae Teams with Lil Yachty for New Single and Video “Blind”

Jerrika Karlae, Young Stoner Life Records signee, has released a new single and music video called “Blind.” Lil Yachty is featured on the new tune. Karlae has long been the First Lady of YSL, dropping off hits in “Jimmy Choo” feat. Young Thug and Gunna and also “U Aint Slime Enough” from the Slime Language project. She has also appeared on Slime Language 2 with the rest of the Young Stoner Life crew.

Video: Karlae Ft. Lil Yachty “Blind”

Young Stoner Life’s Karlae is blinded by love on her brand new single featuring Lil Yachty. Directed by Ben Marc, the flirtatious video depicts the two in a high school love tale crushing on one another before cuddling above a cloud in pink sky full of hearts. “Blind” follows...

Soulja Boy And Lil Yachty Are Being Sued For An Alleged Cryptocurrency Scam

Cryptocurrency is still one of the hottest commodities on the modern digital market, despite no one really knowing what it is or how it works. It’s also highly susceptible to theft and scams — as a slew of celebrities including Lil Yachty and Soulja Boy are finding out via a class-action lawsuit against them, according to Complex and The two Atlanta rappers, along with YouTubers Jake Paul and Ben Phillips, as well as former Backstreet Boy Nick Carter, are all named as promoters of SafeMoon, a cryptocurrency founded by Braden John Karony, in exchange for tokens.

Q&A: Concrete Hills founder Drew Frank on young entrepreneurship and collaborating with Lil Yachty

Taking the fashion industry by storm, Drew Frank is a Duke first-year who started clothing brand Concrete Hills during his sophomore year of high school with his younger brother, Jamie. Since then, the brand has been worn by celebrities like Lil Yachty, Meek Mill and Jalen Ramsey. When Frank started at Duke University in the fall, he decided to expand the brand beyond clothing.
Miami New Times

Eyes on Miami: Jadakiss, Lil Yachty, Cash Cash, and Others

It's not easy having eyes all over the scene, being around to take in all the wild visuals at all the worthwhile places in the city. There are, however, those parties and gallery openings where a fortunate photographer can point and shoot. Every week, in collaboration with World Red Eye, New Times brings you a solid recap of all the recent experiences you might've missed around Miami. It's impossible to be everywhere, but, hey, we can try to keep our Eyes on Miami.

Opulous says Lil Yachty lawsuit is “meritless”

Music NFTs start-up Opulous has responded to a lawsuit filed by Lil Yachty, insisting that the claims in that legal filing are “meritless” and that the company will defend itself “vigorously”. Opulous is a music-centric fin-tech and NFTs platform launched by the founders of Ditto Music....