ESTA. Shares 'Kung Fu Killer'-Inspired Song

Shout out to his barber.

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Apparently, Howie Lee isn’t the only producer sampling traditional Chinese music; Esta. dabbles in that in his brand new track that he just put up on his SoundCloud. Titled “KungFuKiller,” it’s inspired by and samples the movie of the same title, directed by Teddy Chan and starring Ip Man lead actor Donnie Yen. Esta. thanks his barber for putting him on this movie, and the producer samples the film’s outro song for the track. Listen to it below.

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