D12 Revisited A Chilling Classic With “American Psycho II”

Written by on April 28, 2020

Sequels will be difficult waters to navigate, particularly if the primary installment is as sturdy as D12’s Satan’s Evening standout “American Psycho.” Simply one of many Soiled Dozen’s most menacing tracks, the Eminem-produced darkish anthem was the equal to a hip-hop horror film, exploring thematic territory that will go on to kind the premise of Relapse. Throw in equally sinister contributions from a really deplorable Weird and an unhinged Kon Artis, and “American Psycho” is well-deserving of its macabre legacy. 

On April 27th, 2004, D12 determined to pen a sequel to the fan-favorite observe, upping the adrenaline for the second go-around. This time, the instrumental was laced by none apart from Dr. Dre, marking his lone contribution to the Dozen’s sophomore effort. Taking to an eerie guitar riff and equally haunting strings, Swifty Mcvay, Kuniva, Weird, and Eminem proceed to snap with a verse apiece, leaving Proof as the one member to by no means bless an “American Psycho” observe. 

An enormous departure from chapter one, “American Psycho II” is an equally compelling counterpart, albeit one with a one-hundred p.c lower in “miscarriage consuming” from Weird. With D12 World turning sixteen yesterday, it seems like the proper time to spotlight one of many legendary group’s traditional bangers — do you like the sequel over half one? 


I in all probability received a screw free or two
Or possibly three or 4 of ’em
Some fell out and hit the ground
All I do know is ever since my fucking head hit the snowbank
I been somewhat neanderthalish no because of my man D’Angelo Bailey
However I simply take it sluggish each day, my largest dilemma’s
Attempting to determine whether or not to make use of the flat head or the Phillips

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