Kung Fu Kenny’s acapella vocals kick off the remake. Soon, they’re accompanied by a barrage of sounds, before a head-knocking vibe takes over. The popular DJ found a way to match K-Dot’s cadence with his drums, leading into a drop for the chorus. Following a second verse, gun shots are heard, signaling the end of the banger.
Prior to releasing the official version of his remix, Skrillex previewed a slightly-altered edition earlier this month.
In the past, Skrillex has collaborated with a slew of hip-hop and R&B stars, including Wale, Ty Dolla $ign, Rick Ross, Chance the Rapper, and Vic Mensa.