The song was premiered at Alexander Wang during New York Fashion Week. “Temple” has M.I.A. flowing easily and aggressively over the bass-heavy, trunk-knocking production before G-Dragon (a pop star from Korea) hops on delivering a verse in his native tongue before dishing a hook that might gain some legs once the CDQ drops. The song is a minute longer on Aa‘s tracklist, so expect it to be added to party playlists when it arrives.
It isn’t the best rip, but you can listen to “Temple” below and pre-order Aa on iTunes. (P.S. We NEED that songs with Pusha T and Future ASAP.)