Majora's Mask inspired hip hop album 'The MΩΩN II' by AGenius

The last laugh. 

This is the 2nd project of AGenius’ portrayal of the villainous “Skull Kid” persona, a 2-disc album, structurally inspired by old-school hip-hop albums (filled with skits & excerpts), Justin Timberlake’s discography (2 tracks-in-one), and Kanye West’s “My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy” (long tracks, extremely feature-heavy, producer collaborations, off-the-wall engineering, and displaying artistic themes).

Album Info:
This, being the sequel to ΤΗΕ ΜΩΩΝ, is at a point to where Skull Kid has now accepted he (and the rest of the world for that matter) is evil, and there’s no helping it.

There is little to no conscience left as he chooses to embrace his vengeful malice rather than fight it, and even have FUN doing so...Or is he?
This album lays out that rampage, while raising the question: Has the mask fully taken over by force, or did Skull Kid want this all along, and needed a catalyst to activate his vengeance for a life of torture?

Second, this album is VERY feature-heavy, supporting the “world is evil too” theme. No one is any better than he as it was so easy to drive others to join his rampage. Some you expected to join, others not so much. They’re all here.

Third, while this is not as experimental as ΜΩΩΝ Ι, there are songs throughout adding variety to the subject matter (inner thoughts while on the rampage). Maintained though, for the most part, is the perspective: lack of compassion.

Lastly, this sequel is twisted but not quite as dark/emo; Skull Kid actually enjoys what he’s become now since finding the mask.

Legend of Zelda themes are kept to a minimum again, on purpose. References are made, but remember this is more AGenius using a character/persona to vent, rather than some sort of hip-hop cosplay.
— AGenius