From the Team / 2 March 2021

Beats from scratch: How to produce a Lil Uzi Vert style beat on BandLab

Beats from scratch: How to produce a Lil Uzi Vert beat on BandLab

One of rap’s biggest stars in the last decade, it’s almost impossible to pigeonhole Lil Uzi Vert’s style into a specific sound. Whether it’s emo, punk or drill, it was sticking to his creative guns that got Lil Uzi Vert to the top.

His style can be described as a natural blend of Chicago drill, the melodic tendencies of Atlanta hip hop and beats that embrace quirky electronics and arpeggiated samples.

In this video tutorial, we show you how we take inspiration from the trademark Lil Uzi Vert sound to a create beat right here in BandLab’s web Mix Editor. Totally free, no add-ons and available to use right here on your web browser.

Inspired? Fork the Lil Uzi Vert style beat we created in our video tutorial below to start your own track.

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