Baauer, Pusha T, and Future converge on ‘Kung Fu’
We have been closely following the release of Baauer‘s impending Aa, and as his debut album inches closer, each breadcrumb that Baauer leaves on the trail proves to be more exciting than the last. The latest piece to be shared is “Kung Fu,” roping in versework from Pusha T and a vocal hook from Future for one of the strongest components on the record so far.
Set to the backdrop of Baauer’s chugging drum-progressions and hollow vocal accents, “Kung Fu” dips, sways, but all the while maintains aggressive force, like that of a a drunken karate master. Pusha T makes another appearance in the dance world, and as per usual, his feature on Baauer’s latest is a cocaine-infused lyrical knockout. Despite the volume of Future’s own output, his contribution on Kung Fu could stand out on his catalogue alone. Laced with a faint hint of what sounds like an old “Higher” demo, Baauer pulls all the punches on “Kung Fu” for the strongest track on Aa we’ve heard so far.