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Lil Yachty is creating a moment.

After surprise dropping two songs last month, Lil Yachty finally announced his debut LP “Teenage Emotions” will be released May 26 and he unveiled the incredible artwork with the tracklist.

The 19-year-old vows to “Embrace The Youth” on the purposefully inclusive cover, which is important now more so than ever, as we all know too well. He popped up at the Met Gala to stunt on the carpet, and today he’s dropped another (very different) song.

“Bring It Back” is full-out ’80s synth-and-drums pop that succeeds in recreating the sound legitimately, complete with a sax solo. Seriously. It’s ridiculous in the best ways possible.

Yachty accompanies his first pop effort with a pastel-painted visual set at a high school prom set in the ’80s. It’s a complete 180 from the dark art of his Migos-assisted “Peek A Boo” video that dropped a few weeks ago.

Get into “Bring It Back” below.

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