Album: Single release only (2019)
Charted: 17
  • Sidhu Moose Wala is an Indian singer and actor associated with Punjabi music and cinema. Here, he links up with UK-based rappers Mist and Stefflon Don, and producer Steel Banglez.
  • The song title refers to the AK-47 assault rifle. Wala's Punjabi hook is a warning to his adversaries. It translates into English as:

    My enemies call me AK-47, Honey
  • Mist incorporates some Punjabi slang into his bars. Though the Birmingham rapper is of Caribbean descent, he grew up in a predominately Asian community and has often woven Punjabi vernacular into his music.
  • Steel Banglez was raised in a Sikh family and has long been calling on his Punjabi heritage in his productions. This song finds him incorporating Indian music elements into his soundscape.

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