Kyoto has some intense background vocals and addictive beats. Skrillex transitions perfectly in each section of the song, usually with a word or a beat of silence to merge into another rhythm. While a lot of dubstep is known for having few words or phrases in the song, Skrillex drops a new filthy style of dubstep that almost merges with Rapcore when Sirah appears with a sick section of rapping. Skrillex gives us rock-punk style of beat, adds some rap beats, and his signature mixing style, a repetitive tune in the background. Kyoto seems to be one of Skrillex’s songs that gives him his name in so many different music tastes.