“Tonight worlds collide… it sounds like heaven. Close yer eyes n get soaked in it.” Those were the words of English multi-hyphenate singer YUNGBLUD on a recent Instagram post. He and Georgia rapper Lil Yachty flicked up together to announce their first-ever collaboration together. The new track is called “When We Die (Can We Still Get High?).”
For YUNGBLUD, this is his first offering since October 17, 2023, when he came through with “Happier.” It was part of a trio of tracks he put out that year with the other two being “Hated” and “Lowlife.” For Lil Yachty, this just continues his incredible run as of late. This past year or so has been an eventful one for the 26-year-old.
Listen To “When We Die (Can We Still Get High?)” By YUNGBLUD & Lil Yachty
He took a pretty big jump to the psychedelic rock space with his Let’s Start Here. record back in January 2023. That venture has opened so many doors for him as it allows Lil Boat to make an easier transition to other styles of production. “When We Die (Can We Still Get High?)” is a perfect example of that. It is a gorgeous piece of rock/alternative that you will get lost in but in a good way. Yachty whips out the “Poland” vocals and they match beautifully with everything going on.
What are your thoughts on this brand-new single, “When We Die (Can We Still Get High?),” by YUNGBLUD and Lil Yachty? Is this a duo you need to hear more from, why or why not? Could this have been on Let’s Start Here.? Who had the stronger performance and why? We would like to hear what you have to say about all of this. With that in mind, be sure to leave all of your hottest takes in the comments section below. Additionally, always keep it locked in with HNHH for all of the latest news surrounding YUNGBLUD and Lil Yachty. Finally, stay with us for the most informative song posts throughout the week.
Does Heaven have a dealer? Do they sell the love for cheaper than in Hollywood?
As hell is gettin’ colder, I don’t plan on gettin’ older in this neighborhood
I’ve seen the sunset rise through dilated eyes, but I can’t keep this goin’
So when the sunrise sets and the beat has left my chest, oh, I think it’s worth knowin’