Three artists who have very distinctive sounds are Wale, Young Chris, and Guapdad 4000. The trio may seem like an unlikely group to link up on a track, but early Friday morning (March 20), they delivered a stream of bars on their single “Ryu & Ken.” The song’s name and cover artwork are nods to Street Fighter characters who are both friends and rivals.
For a little over two minutes, the three rappers share a sonic space by rapping a few bars before another artist interjects with their turn. This isn’t a track with a catchy chorus or repetition that you can hold onto; these are straightforward bars that hop from Young Chris to Wale to a soft-spoken Guapdad 4000 (or some variation of order), so check out “Ryu & Ken” and let us know your thoughts.
I want the presidents to represent me
Raise hell ’til our demons figure out how to pray
Andele andale E.I. E.I
These rappers Speedy Gonzalez
They rap and be gone