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6/6/19

Japanese hip-hop/dance collective PKCZ® teamed up with Korean singer-songwriter/rapper and former 2NE1 member CL (YG Entertainment) and Dutch producer Afrojack (Wall Recordings) for single “Cut It Up,” which dropped on 6/4 via LDH Music.

The collaboration, which is accompanied by a samurai sword-fighting music video, is performed in English, Japanese and Korean. PKCZ®, which consists of Verbal, DJ Daruma, and Exile Makidai, first made their international debut last year, after teaming up with Snoop Dogg, CRAZYBOY and Yultron on “Bow Down.”

Check out the Kill Bill-esque clip below.