WATCH: Lil Yachty cooks up with Internet Money, Ken Car$on, Lil Tecca, Young Thug, more

Continuing his studio sessions with Internet Money and Taz Taylor, Lil Yachty’s YouTube series “The Boat Show” provided greater insight into the rapper’s upcoming collaborations.

Much like the first episode of “Internet Boat,” viewers get an immersive look behind the scenes — hearing Yachty’s unreleased music as he’s making it. While vlog content from rappers isn’t out of the norm, Yachty and AMD Visuals seem to do it better than the rest, as the crew joins Yachty on his day-to-day schedule, in the studio, shopping and more.

WATCH: Lil Yachty’s ‘Boat Show’ features Tyler, The Creator, Taz Taylor, Freddie Gibbs, more

And there’s plenty to be excited about regarding the music. Seen visiting Opium signee Ken Car$on, the two cooked up side-by-side as Yachty selected beats and recorded over Car$on’s signature distorted sound. Yachty has been known to take chances and experiment over different production styles, as the rapper-singer is able to mold his voice to best fit the genre he’s targeting.

The second leg of this two-part vlog compilation showcases the hustle and respect Yachty has attained in his near-decade run in the game. Spotted with Young Thug, Lil Tecca, Druski and Nick Mira, Yachty may have his best music ahead of him — solely from the snippets and sessions the video depicts.

Later linking up with JID and Buddy, Yachty shows the Dreamville pair new heat he’s been working on — with JID hinting at a potential collaboration in the future. Showcasing a slew of sounds, Yachty’s in his bag throughout the entire episode — and no song sounds the same.

Releasing the harmonious, lo-fi pop track “Love Music” July 3, it seems as though the single and the video fall in line with Yachty’s supposed reveal of a new era — showcasing a revitalized, complete and melodic sound from the QC rapper. Unreleased music continuously plays in the background of both episodes, as Yachty is seen working with Tyler, The Creator, Swae Lee, Freddie Gibbs and Lil Tecca in part one of “Internet Boat.”

From fast-paced Carribean-inspired production to the signature melodic style Internet Money has pioneered, a collaboration between Boat and IM was certainly long overdue — and from the music heard on both of these videos — it’s evident Yachty is coming with heat in the very near future.

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