Lil Uzi Vert is already thinking of an exit plan. Hours after the release of his collaborative effort Pluto x Baby Pluto with Future, the Philadelphia-bred rapper tweeted and deleted a bold statement that he was going to retire not long after the album.

“I’m dropping 2 more albums then I’m out,” Uzi wrote.

The news likely isn’t a giant shock to Uzi fans who’ve followed his career. The rapper was in label purgatory following the release of his Luv is Rage 2 album until he got the chance to release two albums in 2020, Eternal Atake and LUV vs. The World 2

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In 2019, Uzi announced he was “done with music,” stating he wanted to return to a life before he was an artist.

Future & Lil Uzi Vert's 'Pluto x Baby Pluto' Album Brings Out Crazy Memes — Good & Bad

Future has a solid history of collaborative efforts ranging from Drake to Young Thug and the late Juice Wrld, but Pluto x Baby Pluto is his first collab effort with Uzi. Stream the 16-track effort from both in full below.