21 Savage, Rich Brian, Warren Hue, and Masawei interface for “Shang-Chi” banger “Lethargic Susan.”
Wonder’s forthcoming Shang-Chi And The Legend Of The Ten Rings is expected out this September, and today we have the main authority take a gander at the impending soundtrack. “Languid Susan,” which was initially remembered for the film’s trailer, has arrived in full highlighting the consolidated abilities of 21 Savage, Rich Brian, Warren Hue, and Masawei of the Higher Brothers.
Highlighting bars in both Mandarin and English, the hard-hitting track surely makes for a fascinating and drawing in tune in – if by some stroke of good luck for the mix of different styles. Regardless of being the solitary rapper outside of the 88 Rising camp, 21 Savage sounds comfortable at this one, working himself into an able stream as the beat assembles. “I go cuckoo for the mixture however,” he raps, over dull pianos. “Jason veil, that is my logo/He be whinin’, that is my brother however/pass it off, Tony Romo.”
Generally speaking, “Lethargic Susan” is a solid group cut that carries a lot of character to Shang-Chi, a promising sign that we’ll be taking a gander at another solid soundtrack from the Marvel Universe. Look at “Apathetic Susan” presently, highlighting 21 Savage, Rich Brian, Warren Hue, and Masawei.