“Endless Fashion” by Lil Uzi Vert (ft. Nicki Minaj)
“Endless Fashion” is one of the songs that came out on 30 June 2023 as part of Lil Uzi Vert’s third studio album, “Pink Tape”. This outing marks the second time he has featured Nicki Minaj on a track, as she also showed up on Uzi’s “The Way Life Goes (Remix)”. And to note, prior to that both of them were featured on Meek Mill’s 2016 song “Froze”.
So besides for Minaj and Vert, the other credited writer of “Endless Fashion” would be its producer, Bugz Ronin, who also made numerous contributions to Vert’s second studio album, “Eternal Atake” (2020).
This track is a product of Generation Now and Atlantic Records, both of whom the rapper has been down with since the mid-2010s.
Lyrics of “Endless Fashion”
This is a braggadocious song which, motif-wise, revolves around the pricey, international brands that the vocalists like patronizing. Lil Uzi Vert has established himself as sort of a bona fide fashion icon. And apparently that’s what the title of this song is meant to allude to, not only the rapper being a fancy dresser but also a trendsetter in that regard.
For instance, Vert contends that he was the one who made Goyard, a very-expensive brand of handbags, popular in the world of hip-hop. Besides boasting about the quality and vast quantity of his clothing, i.e. the vocalist’s “endless fashion”. And relatedly, he’s also able to brag about having a “Chinese girl” who attends Parsons School of Design, which is a well-known fashion school in New York City, one of the fashion capitals of the world.
Meanwhile, Nicki does her usual thing by touting her own costly fashion sense, besides keeping it ‘hood and calling out her opps. Minaj has let it be known that she wrote her verse in a single sitting, albeit one that lasted for 10 hours.
Again, she does her thing, providing the type of input that fans of the Queen of Rap have come to expect. She does seem to make a conscientious effort to comply with the main topic at hand. But in the grand scheme of things, Red Ruby namedropping a bunch of brands that us average folk can’t readily afford really isn’t anything new.