In 2016, Slaughterhouse’s Knxg Crooked released Good VS Evil album. With features from Eminem, Tech N9ne, Just Blaze, Xzibit, and RZA of Wu-Tang Clan, Crooked pulls out all the stops as he rips apart the socio-political landscape with his lyrical assault weapons. Rapping from a superhero persona he cultivated for himself, he wages a war of words on racial and economic injustices, police brutality and the lack of accountability, a crumbling education system, government agencies, systemic racism, and the general apathy for civil rights.
According to yesterday’s tweet from Kxng Crooked, part two might be on the way:
Good Vs Evil is a masterstroke that even highly respected people in the culture can't fully understand. Knowing this and creating part 2 ?
— KXNG T'CHALLA (@CrookedIntriago) March 18, 2017