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    Lil Uzi Vert Will Rock the Eagles Anthem in the Super Bowl

    In the weeks leading up to this Sunday’s Super Bowl, DJ Drama has been claiming that Lil Uzi Vert’s hit record “Just Wanna Rock” has replaced Meek Mill’s anthem as Philadelphia’s official rap song.

    As you might imagine, that stance has not been taken lightly by Lil Uzi Vert or the Eagles’ team captain Baby Pluto. After all, Lil Uzi’s Jersey club banger has already topped the Billboard Hot 100 charts, peaking at #10!

    Lil Uzi Vert has replaced Meek Mill as the Eagles’ anthem

    DJ Drama has stirred the pot after claiming that Lil Uzi Vert replaced Meek Mill as the Philadelphia Eagles’ anthem ahead of their Super Bowl LVII victory against the Kansas City Chiefs. The Gangsta Grillz DJ proclaimed that Uzi’s Jersey Club-fueled banger, “Just Wanna Rock,” has supplanted Meek’s 2012 song, “Dreams and Nightmares,” as the team’s anthem.

    It’s not surprising that the former Aphilliates king would make such a bold claim; his ear for new talent has defined his career. He has worked with some of the biggest names in rap, like Lil Wayne’s groundbreaking Dedication mixtape series and Young Jeezy’s Trap or Die collection.

    But, it’s a big claim to make for anyone, especially in the world of rap where hits can shine brightly for six months before fading into the background. That’s why Meek Mill weighed in on the conversation and reminded everyone that his “Dreams and Nightmares” intro was lighting the world for 10 years!

    Juju Smith-Schuster is listening to Uzi’s anthem

    Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Juju Smith-Schuster has been listening to Lil Uzi Vert’s anthem, which he is reportedly planning on rocking in the Super Bowl. The USC Trojan and former Pittsburgh Steelers receiver has been listening to the rap song “I Just Wanna Rock” for some time now, and it seems like it’s just what he needs right now.

    The 28-year-old has been playing well this season for the Chiefs and he will likely be on the field for Sunday’s Super Bowl matchup with the Philadelphia Eagles at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. He is averaging 58.3 receiving yards per game and has been targeted 101 times this year.

    The wide receiver is a big part of the Chiefs’ receiving corps and he can provide Patrick Mahomes with a lot of opportunities to make plays in the open field after the catch. He also complements Travis Kelce extremely well, as both possess dependable hands and can run physical routes.

    Patrick Mahomes isn’t listening to Uzi’s anthem

    Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes said he won’t be listening to Philadelphia rapper Meek Mill’s anthem “Dreams and Nightmares” during Super Bowl week because the rapper is a huge Eagles fan. He told reporters Monday that he’s taking the song off his setlist.

    Mahomes isn’t the only quarterback in the NFL who has decided to ditch the anthem for their team’s Super Bowl appearance. JuJu Smith-Schuster said he won’t be listening to Meek Mill’s song, either, and instead will listen to Uzi’s anthem.

    The rapper, who is from Philadelphia, sparked a viral craze last fall when he led the Eagles onto the field with his signature dance for their NFC Championship Game victory. And now players on both sides of the ball are singing and dancing to it, which DJ Drama claims has replaced Meek Mill as the Eagles’ anthem.

    The Armentani Bros. have a fire version of Uzi’s anthem

    During the Eagles’ 2018 NFC Championship game against the San Francisco 49ers, the team trotted out to Uzi Vert’s December hit “Just Wanna Rock.” The song has since morphed into one of the year’s most memorable musical experiences. DJ Drama, the CEO of Generation Now, claims that it has surpassed Meek Mill’s “Dreams and Nightmares” as Philadelphia’s most recognizable anthem.

    This season, Uzi has stepped up his game. He paired up with house music duo The Armentani Bros. for a fire-themed remix of the aforementioned anthem that should be on every NFL fan’s playlist for Super Bowl LIII this Sunday. It’s safe to say this is the most exciting thing to happen on Philly’s Broad Street in a long time. Let’s just hope the Eagles can pull off another title. The biggest question is whether they will be able to beat the odds against Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs. Hopefully, the magic number is six.

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