Official Version of XXXTENTACION & Lil Uzi Vert ‘I’m Not Human’ Single Released: Listen


The official version of XXXTENTACION and Lil Uzi Vert’s song ‘I’m Not Human’ has been released tonight.

A version of the track was originally released on SoundCloud and YouTube on January 23 this year on what would have been XXX’s 25th birthday. The sentimental and emotional track was later taken down from the two platforms due to sample issues but no announcement was made if it will ever return on any DSP.

But thankfully, the estate and Columbia Records have been able to sort the issues on the backend so the fan can enjoy the official version which is out now and a little altered from the original heard back in January. It’s also about 50 seconds shorter in length.

Today (June 18) marks XXX’s 5th death anniversary. Stream the track below.

Below is a note from producer John Cunningham on the song:

“When I was living with Jah in Florida in 2018 we would spend most days in his room, me playing guitar and him singing, and the day he first sang “I’m not human” as I was playing that guitar part we both looked at each other and cracked a smile, knowing it was special. We listened back to the voice memo he recorded and talked about finishing it, but the few times that we tried recording vocals in the studio the feeling was never the same and he always preferred the original voice memo which is why we chose to keep it in the official version of the song.

The conversation with Uzi about finding the right time and the right song for a posthumous release with Jahseh dates back to late 2018 before the release of SKINS. Uzi came to Florida, played basketball with X’s little brother Aidan, listened to the album with Cleo and I, but eventually they felt it wasn’t the right time for a song and it was agreed that we would rather wait for something to feel right rather than force it. Year later I’m happy to say the right time and right song aligned after Cleo and Uzi reconnected in late 2022.

I met up with Uzi at the studio and after one of the few heartfelt conversations we’d have that night, I played the song— which hadn’t been touched since May of 2018— and after seeing Uzi’s reaction to the song it felt as though the past few years of conversations and back-and-forth song ideas had all led up to this. That feeling was echoed after hearing Uzi and Jahseh’s voices together in a way that neither of them have ever sounded.

As complicated and conflicting as posthumous releases can be I feel I’ll hold this one in a special place due to the fact that I was able to have some small part in connecting two of the most pure and loving people I know.”

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