After months of teasing new music, Lil Uzi Vert has finally dropped his first new single of 2018, "New Patek." Produced by Dolan Beats, Don Cannon announced the release of the track on his Instagram page on Monday (Sept. 17), sharing a snippet of the song.

Over a trap-style beat, "New Patek" finds Uzi rapping about his luxurious lifestyle and his sexual encounters. "New Patek on my wrist (gang)/White diamonds them shits hit pink (gang, gang)/Got cold, had to go get a mink (gang)/New finger ring sit like a sink (gang, gang)," Uzi raps during the chorus.

Later in the song, Lil Uzi shows off his wordplay, rapping, "She from the 6-1-9, Rey Mysterio/I'm the same nigga bustin' their stereo/Yeah, my boys on the block selling O's, no Cheerios/I don't wake up in the morning for cereal/Flip the brick make the whole shit do a aerial/Bang the shit out and make the hoes sing Ariel."

While it's uncertain if "New Patek" is just a loosie or will be appearing on an upcoming project, Lil Uzi Vert does have a new album in the works. Since July, the Philadelphia rapper has been teasing his Eternal Atake project, even going as far as sharing the Heaven's Gate cult-inspired artwork.

Although the project still lacks a release date, a number of new Lil Uzi songs have been hitting the web. Tracks believed to be titled "Big Bank" featuring Playboi Carti and "Numb" have surfaced.

Listen to "New Patek" below.

Atlantic Recording

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