Considering boom-bringing producer Baauer now considers his signature "Harlem Shake" single "corny and annoying as fuck," he's probably pretty excited to show off the new tunes from his forthcoming full-length, Aa. Ahead of the official album release, he's punching it up with a preview called "Kung Fu" that features vocals from Pusha T and Future.
The song was premiered today (February 24) through Zane Lowe's Beats 1 program, and begins with a quick ad-lib about the track being a Baauer/FBG/G.O.O.D. Music joint before a trap-talkin' King Push welcomes us to the "wide world of snort."
Baauer pushes a weighty beat full of warming synths, hard-slapped snare sounds and various vocal tics. Future adds his patented, AutoTuned croon to the piece, talking about tippy-toed ballerinas and whipping it up.
While Aa lands March 18 via LuckyMe, you can stream its "Kung Fu" down below.