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Kick II (stylized as KICK ii) is the fifth studio album by Venezuelan record producer and singer Arca. The album was scheduled to be released on 3 December 2021, but released early on 30 November 2021, through XL Recordings as a continuation to her 2020 record Kick I, and will be the second entry in the planned Kick quintet.
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DOWNLOAD ALBUM HERE:- https://www.hasitmusic.com/download-arca-kick-ii-album-zip/

Album Tracklist :

1. Doña
2. Prada
3. Rakata
4. Tiro
5. Luna Llena
6. Lethargy
7. Araña
8. Femme
9. Muñecas
10. Confianza
11. Born Yesterday feat. Sia
12. Andro

Kick II was supported by three singles: “Born Yesterday”, featuring vocals by Australian musician Sia,[3] as well as “Prada” and “Rakata”, released as a double single. Its cover art was photographed by Frederik Heyman.
Upon the release of Kick I, news surfaced that Arca would be releasing two more Kick albums to make a trilogy. The artist took to Pitchfork to say: “There will be four volumes. The third one is a little bit more introverted than Kick I, a little bit more like my self-titled album, I guess. The fourth one is piano only, no vocals. Right now, the least defined one, strangely, is the third one. It’s all gestating right now […] Each Kick exists in a kind of quantum state until the day that I send it to mastering. I try to not commit until I have to. But I have a vision for it. The second one is heavy on backbeats, vocal manipulation, mania, and craziness.”[5]
In the following year, Arca released her extended play Madre and took part in Dawn of Chromatica, a remix album by Lady Gaga, where she remixed the Ariana Grande collaboration “Rain on Me”.[6] While talking about the song on social media, Arca stated: “It’s also the last time I playfully deconstruct my songs ‘Time’ and ‘Mequetrefe’, as we say goodbye to the Kick I era and move into the Kick II era and beyond”.[7] On September 27, the producer released a new song, “Incendio” to critical acclaim.[8][9] A week later, she revealed the release date, tracklist and cover art of her upcoming album Kick II alongside its lead single, “Born Yesterday” featuring Sia.[10]
With Kick IIII’s announcement, Arca confirmed Kick II’s sonic palette would be “a deconstruction and reinterpretation of reggaeton”

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