It had to happen at some point.
"Panda" and "Burn The Witch" might just be the most opposing songs in the public eye today. One, a sleazy, low key and undeniably catchy hip-hop number from one of the country's most hyped-up 18-year-old up-comers. The other, the opening track and lead single of one of the most beloved and fiercely revered indie acts in history.
Together? "Burn The Panda."
The blooming, chirpy orchestration of "Burn The Witch" works remarkably well beneath the trappy embellishments and Desiigner's slightly-more-decipherable-than-Young-Thug verses about broads in Atlanta and black and white BMWs.
Desiigner's explosive debut track has topped the Billboard charts, going so far as to knock heavyweights Beyonce, Drake and Rihanna off that coveted top spot for at least two weeks. Radiohead, meanwhile, just released their phenomenal ninth album A Moon Shaped Pool, and while it might not be competing with Drizzy on the commercial charts any time soon, it's goddamn brilliant.