After dropping "New Patek" earlier this week, Lil Uzi Vert is already teasing new unreleased tunes on Instagram. This tease features Lil Uzi flexing once again over psychedelic production: "Stay so fresh so clean think they like me/I wear more Supreme than a hypebeast."

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Dancing always helps ❤️

A post shared by 16 (@liluzivert) on Sep 22, 2018 at 12:37am PDT

So far there’s no word on when this new song might drop, or if it’s part of Uzi’s new project Eternal Atake, but it certainly seems likely he’s getting fans ready for Uzi season.

The Philly rapper teased the new project back in July, sharing the possible cover artwork in a since-deleted instagram post. Of course fans managed to screenshot the artwork, which features colorful cosmic imagery as well as two lines of text that read, "As was promised - the keys to Eternal Atake are here again in Luv and Rage [The UFO 2] as Lil Uzi Vert and his Father 2000 yrs. Ago." 

People were quick to note that the art alluded to the notorious cult Heaven’s Gate, a UFO-based religious cult that existed in America for decades before leading to a mass suicide of 39 members in 1997. He also alluded to the cult on the single artwork for “New Patek,” which might get the rapper into some legal trouble.  

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

This song been all over everybody’s TL... What do y’all think about it ?👀 #NewPatek #SoS #LilUzi #TTM

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The cult's remaining members are now threatening to sue Lil Uzi for copyright infringement unless they reach an agreement. “Our attorneys are working with him on direct and clear infringement of trademarks, copyrights and use of logo,” they told Page SixLil Uzi Vert hasn't responded to the infringement allegations. 

On a semi-related note, a project under Uzi Vert's government name (Symere Woods) has surfaced on streaming services, however upon closer inspection it's just a collection of feature verses and unreleased/leaked material.