The track contains elements from the song "Da Funk" and lyrics from "Musique". The track firstly repeats the French term "Musique" (which translates to "music" in English) 9 times, whereafter it fades out slightly to form the backing track following a voice which reads: WDPK 83.7 The sound of tomorrow, the music of today, brings you exclusively Daft Punk's Homework. The track later fades out as "Revolution 909" starts. The lyrics are supposedly performed by Thomas Bangalter.
Aside from sampling their own song, it also samples "Bounce, Rock, Skate, Roll" by Vaughn Mason & Crew. 
It is thought that the title may also contain a wordplay that makes a reference to either Daft Punk and the album Homework itself. The insignia "DP" is the first letter of each of the words that form the band’s name, Daft Punk; while the W and K may be one of the last four letter of the sentence "homework", which in the song title, the O and the R are replaced with the letters D and P. It may also be only "DPK" in reference to Daft Punk and with a W in front, just to be like the name of many American radio stations on the East Coast, consisting in four capitals starting with W and the callsign at the end.
- ↑ "WDPK 83.7" by Daft Punk on MetroLyrics (Retrieved June 30th, 2013)
- ↑ WDPK 83.7 FM at WhoSampled. (Retrieved 18 August 2014).
- Media related to at YouTube.