Album: Eternal Atake (Deluxe) - LUV vs. The World 2 (2020)
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  • This track features various boasts by the rapper about his wealth and expensive jewelry. There are also several references to bedroom shenanigans, during which Uzi states he'll sleep with even a "mom and auntie" if they're attractive enough.
  • The song's title only appears once in the lyrics. Uzi explained in a tweet it serves as a shout out to his loyal fanbase. The name is derived from the term myrrh, which is a sweetly scented oil used by the ancients as a perfume. It is often referenced in the Bible and was one of the three gifts that the magi presented to the Christ Child.
  • The track was first previewed on Uzi's Instagram on September 22, 2018 under the title "Like Me." There are some alterations between the original demo and the finished song with the second verse being the most different.
  • South Carolina beatmaker Supah Mario and Philadelphia producer Oogie Mane came up with the instrumentation between them.


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