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Denzel Curry - King Of The Mischievous South Vol. 2

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Track Listing / Description
01 KOTMS II INTRO ft. Kingpin Skinny Pimp 
02 ULTRA SHXT ft. Key Nyata 
03 SET IT ft. Maxo Kream 
04 HOT ONE ft. TiaCorine & A$AP Ferg 
05 BLACK FLAG FREESTYLE ft. That Mexican OT 
06 HEADCRACK INTERLUDE ft. Kingpin Skinny Pimp 
07 G'Z UP ft. 2 Chainz & Mike Dimes 
09 SKED ft. Kenny Mason & Project Pat 
10 CHOOSE WISELY INTERLUDE ft. Kingpin Skinny Pimp 
11 COLE PIMP ft. Ty Dolla $ign & Juicy J 
12 WISHLIST ft. Armani White 
13 HIT THE FLOOR ft. Ski Mask the Slump God 
14 HOODLUMZ ft. A$AP Rocky & PlayThatBoiZay 
15 KOTMS II OUTRO ft. Kingpin Skinny Pimp 
Denzel Curry's forthcoming King Of The Mischievous South Volume 2 finds him presenting a sequel to the project, and bringing back the sound, that helped launch his career. While the first installment of King Of The Mischievous South was performed from the perspective of his Raven Miyagi persona, a name bestowed upon him by Raider Klan founder SpaceGhostPurrp, Volume 2 finds Curry operating under his Big Ultra persona -- an elevated version of Raven Miyagi that is bragadocious and revels in the success that Curry has seen over the last decade of his career. Creating King Of The Mischievous South Volume 2 has been a goal of Curry's for some time, though his earliest attempts to do so ultimately morphed into other projects, namely his 2016 album Imperial and 2020's 13LOOD 1N + 13LOOD OUT. It wasn't until he stopped overly attempting to create Volume 2 that its songs started to emerge naturally.  
Given the project's sound, which pays homage to the great musical heritages of the South -- from Memphis to Houston and Curry's own South Florida -- its features include the region's greats, both old and new, as well as others whose style is indebted to the South's musical legacy. Features include fellow former Raider Klan member Key Nyata, Memphis stalwarts Juicy J and Project Pat, Texas' Maxo Kream, That Mexican OT and Mike Dimes, North Carolina's TiaCorine, Atlanta's 2 Chainz and Kenny Mason and South Florida's Ski Mask The Slump God and PlayThatBoiZay, as well as ASAP Ferg and ASAP Rocky, among others. The project more broadly and the intentional inclusion of Rocky and Ferg is Curry's attempt to show what could have been had relationships not soured with SpaceGhostPurrp, fulfilling the promise that existed at the rise of their respective careers in the early 2010s.   
With all of the otherworldly adventures Denzel has taken listeners on over the course of his last few conceptually-driven albums, this project serves as a showcase for the fun, spontaneity and technical mastery that has made him one of rap's most in-demand talents over the course of the last decade.