Posted by , Nov 11, 2016 at 02:18am
Out now, stream KXNG Crooked's new concept album "Good. Vs. Evil" featuring Just Blaze, Eminem, Tech N9ne & more.

Well here it is. After weeks of promotion, which included the releases “Shoot Back” & “Welcome To Planet X” with Eminem, Long Beach rapper & Slaughterhouse member, KXNG Crooked, releases his new concept album Good Vs. Evil.

Laced with 14 records in total, the follow up to Statik KXNG (with Statik Selektah) features guest contributions from Eminem, Just Blaze, Tech N9ne, RZA, Xzibit, & more. Here’s what the LBC emcee had to say about the album in an interview with XXL

“I’m the type of person who feels other people’s pain more than average. I’ve been that way my whole life. It’s a gift and a curse. With Good vs. Evil I decided to create a world where the victims of police brutality, government corruption and class discrimination fought back; but not through silent protest—but through violent protest. Sometimes you have to shake people up and shock them into paying attention. Imagine if Mike Brown, or Philando Castile survived the officers shooting them and went straight to the studio to record an album. What would they say? How wouldn’t they feel?”

Available now on iTunes, fans can stream the album in its entirety via Apple Music (below).

Stream KXNG Crooked's "Good Vs. Evil" Album

Out now, stream KXNG Crooked's new concept album "Good. Vs. Evil" featuring Just Blaze, Eminem, Tech N9ne & more.


Well here it is. After weeks of promotion, which included the releases “Shoot Back” & “Welcome To Planet X” with Eminem, Long Beach rapper & Slaughterhouse member, KXNG Crooked, releases his new concept album Good Vs. Evil.

Laced with 14 records in total, the follow up to Statik KXNG (with Statik Selektah) features guest contributions from Eminem, Just Blaze, Tech N9ne, RZA, Xzibit, & more. Here’s what the LBC emcee had to say about the album in an interview with XXL

“I’m the type of person who feels other people’s pain more than average. I’ve been that way my whole life. It’s a gift and a curse. With Good vs. Evil I decided to create a world where the victims of police brutality, government corruption and class discrimination fought back; but not through silent protest—but through violent protest. Sometimes you have to shake people up and shock them into paying attention. Imagine if Mike Brown, or Philando Castile survived the officers shooting them and went straight to the studio to record an album. What would they say? How wouldn’t they feel?”

Available now on iTunes, fans can stream the album in its entirety via Apple Music (below).

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