Rockie Fresh has got together with Rick Ross and producer Lunice, one half of TNGHT, for a track named after an American bakery chain. Maybe it's an elaborate way of hinting for some form of Panera Bread equivalent to the Nando's black 'high five' card. If it is Rockie Fresh, who has worked with Ross and Lunice before, could be in the running because 'Panera Bread' is fresh.

It has this ridiculous beat that holds a buzzy shuffle similar to Baauer's 'Harlem Shake', but with a throbbing bass and hollow bursts of this infectious tapping. The Chicago rapper's wordplay sounds sharp and mighty confident, just how a Rick Ross protégé needs to be - "I'm in another market, tracks with Good Charlotte, these rappers are lethargic, I always set my target." Ross features in the chorus, giving Rockie Fresh space to do his thang.