Lil Yachty Unites With Future & Mike WiLL Made-It For "Pardon Me"

Lil Yachty connects with two of Atlanta's finest, Future and Mike WiLL Made-It, to lay down the law on "Pardon Me."

Third time is said to be the charm, so when it comes to the subject of Lil Boat, it's no wonder that Atlanta's own Lil Yachty opted to make his beloved series a trilogy. Today, the former "King Of Teens" took it upon himself to release Lil Boat 3, the most star-studded project he's laced thus far. And while much has been made of tracks like "Oprah's Bank Account" with Drake and DaBaby, and the Tokyo Drift-sampling "T.D" with Tierra Whack, Tyler, The Creator, and A$AP Rocky, there's something undeniably tried and true about a Future collaboration.

As one of Atlanta's reigning names in the production circuit, Mike WiLL Made-It feels like the perfect candidate to bless "Pardon Me." Coming off an impressive spree of guest verses, not to mention a solo album in High Off Life, Future does well to imbue the track with a certain gravitas -- his position as an ATL OG carries weight, and it's a validation of Yachty's own status that they're positioned as equals here. Lyrically, "Pardon Me" delivers about what you'd expect, but there's more than enough charisma to pair nicely with Mike WiLL's distorted banger.

Brother too muddy, he been through too much
If you standin' and talkin', might black out the water
I was twenty years old with six different whips
Perfect good health, but bought ten different scripts

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