New Patek

Album: Single release only (2018)
Charted: 68 24


  • Here, the rapper boasts of is wristwear that he purchased from high end Swiss watch manufacturer Patek Philippe. Founded in 1851, the company specializes in some of the world's most complicated mechanical watches and is considered to be one of the most prestigious timepiece manufacturers.

    Future and Young Thug also referenced the luxury Swiss watch manufacturer in the title of their Super Slimey track "Patek Water."
  • Uzi continues to talk about his luxurious lifestyle through the rest of his song as well as bragging about his sexual encounters. He also references various pop-culture icons such as Japanese anime character Naruto.

    Throw up gang signs, Naruto
    Put metal in my nose like Pain

    The anime series is about Naruto Uzumaki, an adolescent ninja, who dreams of becoming the leader of his village. Uzi also references the nose piercings of his antagonist Pain.
  • The song's trap-style beat is courtesy of Dolan Beats (Chief Keef's "Hate Me Now", Lil Yachty's "Neck Shine") and continues the anime theme by sampling "Death Parade," a track from the 2015 Japanese anime series of the same name.


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