Korea is winning the war on trap music

Barring any corny metaphors connecting soul to Seoul, East Side to Far East , or ninja to… you get the point, and despite understanding no more than twenty words in this entire song, "It G Ma" may have swung the pendulum of trap-lordship in favor of Keith Ape, JayAllday, and a crew of Korean rappers on the rise.

Be prepared to increase your three-gigs of allotted iTunes ratchetry by at least five and half minutes. Also, note that, if Rosetta Stone copied this formula, $349.99 + tax would be justifiable, and we'd all be trilingual by now—at least one of these verses is in Japanese. Which? Your guess is as good as ours.