Album: Yet to be titled (2020)
Charted: 65


  • Lil Uzi Vert is known as being a huge fan of Japanese manga and anime. Here, he references Sasuke Uchiha, a character in the Naruto manga and anime franchise created by Masashi Kishimoto. Sasuke, who belongs to a notorious ninja clan, is a rival to the title character, Naruto Uzumaki.

    Sasuke is a skilled user of a chokuto sword, which he calls Kusanagi. Here, Lil Uzi utilizes a metaphor of chopping "like Sasuke" to illustrate the way he makes vigorous love to a girl.
  • Uzi Vert previously referenced the Naruto series on his 2018 single "New Patek" when he namechecked the title character and the villain Pain.

    Throw up gang signs, Naruto
    Put metal in my nose like Pain
  • Uzi Vert makes several other references to his bedroom prowess during the song and speaks about his other usual topics: wealth, weapons, and fast cars.
  • "Sauke" features production by:

    Brandon Finessin of the Working On Dying collective. A regular Uzi collaborator, his other credits include "Sanguine Paradise" and "Lo Mein."

    Dutch producer and loopmaker Outtatown, whose previous beats or Uzi Vert include 'Venetia" and "Celebration Station."


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