Baauer teams with Future and Pusha T on "Kung Fu," a track off the "Harlem Shake" beatmaker's upcoming LP Aa. Future contributes the woozy chorus to the hard-hitting cut that finds Pusha rapping, "The dope game is my sport / Welcome to the wide world of snort / They quoting 36 a kilo / Nah, there wasn't 36 of me though."
Baauer debuted the track on Zane Lowe's Beats 1 radio show, where he also discussed how the collaboration came together. "I was working with Pusha on his project, just giving him some beats and working on some songs," Baauer told Lowe. "This kind of came through it. This was one of the songs we were working on and I managed to get it for my album. I was like, 'This is one of the missiles. This is one of the ones I guarantee is gonna make some kind of noise.'"
Aa (pronounced "double A"), which also features guests like M.I.A., Rustie, Leikeli47 and more, is due out March 18th. Baauer recently spoke to Rolling Stone about the viral fame of "Harlem Shake" and how he hopes he never becomes that famous again. "I look at Kanye, who lives in that 24/7, and I can't imagine what kind of a person you must be to deal with that," Baauer said. "Just getting the smallest little touch of that experience was too much for me."