The song also features a verse from Swedish female rapper Silvana Imam, -- turns out Swedish is a natural language for rap -- who intersperses the occasional English word: "pussy" "underground," "incomes," "fuck," etc.
This beat is pretty trappy by Axwell Λ Ingrosso's standards, so it's somewhat familiar territory for King Push. He doesn't deliver his best verse, but his voice sounds so cool it doesn't really matter.
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They want to control us, and scold us
Not mold us, not show us,
I question these vultures,
Their motives, their quotas