Duwap Kaine has given the underground a blueprint, a foundation built with original recipes of melodies and lullaby-like soundscapes over trap drums. Over the years he has mastered that style evolved to gift us what is now some of his greatest work yet. From Forever Kaine, he tweaked the autotune a little bit more in Underdog, a thirteen part odyssey which took time to actually settle in, but did so nevertheless. Now, he’s back with Underdog 2, a worthy sequel that again captures his flexibility and ability to alternate between each of his signature styles. The 15 track project is a bit heftier than it’s predecessor, but he manages to keep us attached to it from beginning to end. Check it out for yourself below and let us know what you think.
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