'My chopsticks bust you open': You've heard of K-pop, now it's time for K-drill

If the lurking bass and syncopated beat of Silkybois' recent hit "Bomaye" sound familiar to fans of drill music, the pair's lyrical content might not. Flitting between English and their native Korean, the Seoul-based rappers inject numerous local references into the genre's typical allusions to street rivalries, cars and money.

'My chopsticks bust you open': You've heard of K-pop, now it's time for K-drill
If the lurking bass and syncopated beat of Silkybois' recent hit "Bomaye" sound familiar to fans of drill music, the pair's lyrical content might not. Flitting between English and their native Korean, the Seoul-based rappers inject numerous local references into the genre's typical allusions to street rivalries, cars and money.