Queen Key hails from Chicago's South Suburbs, and her anthem "Kung Fu" is driven by organs and a twisting, buzzing bassline, framing a comic chorus: "Kicking niggas off the earth." Queen Key's rap style relies on blunt, to-the-point bars; I was initially reminded of Project Pat when I heard her local hit "Baked Like a Pie," but "Kung Fu"—which comes in under two minutes, an echo of Valee's "leave 'em wanting more" clipped song structure—taps the spirit of late 2000s Gucci Mane.