>The Chinese government—which has recently churned out a stream of self-congratulatory public missives (see: its psychedelic music video on China’s five-year plan, as well as this miniature documentary in which bright-eyed Western exchange students praise President Xi Jinping for being “handsome” and “so cute”)—dropped a three-minute rap song this week. It features some quality lyrics from little-known musician Wu Wenduo, as well as a few sound bites from Xi himself.
>Or, as he’s referred to in the song, “Big Daddy Xi.”
>“Rule the party strictly! Govern the country by law!” proclaims one of the state-produced song’s opening stanzas. Other lines include: “Must streamline the administration and delegate power to lower levels,” “must believe in the government,” and “flies, tigers, big foxes, catch, catch, catch, catch!” as translated by the South China Morning Post.