Lil Uzi Vert certainly made an impression during his performance at the Rolling Loud Festival yesterday (May 7). While fans are still buzzing about Kendrick Lamar, it may be Vert who was the festival's biggest rock star, after he jumped into the crowd from a 20 foot stage.

While performing his song "Money Longer," the Philly rapper got especially inspired, climbed high in the air (reports are suggesting it was 20 feet high) and then jumped into the crowd, like a rock star. The stunt was impressive, adding to his recent streak of making memorable appearances during his festival circuit. Earlier this weekend he was at the JMBLYA festival, where he also had a memorable showing.

Last week, the rapper dropped splashy visuals for "Do What I Want," which was shot in Hawaii, where he's been spending a lot of time, recording his album.

“I ain’t going to lie, bro. I’m here for a job,” he told Fader. “I’m here to record my album. I would do that sh– in L.A., but I didn’t, because my people … I’ve never been here and it’s cool, it’s a blessing, but my friends would never have this opportunity to be here in a million lifetimes.”

You can watch Lil Uzi Vert's high flying performance at Rolling Loud below.



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