Last week, it was announced that DMX’s first posthumous album, “Exodus,” would be arriving on May 28. This project is also executive produced by X’s close friend, Swizz Beatz. Now, more information is surfacing regarding which artists will be featured and this is a solid list of fellow legends.
According to HipHopNMore, Snoop Dogg, Lil Wayne, Bono, Alicia Keys, and artists from Griselda Records, and Moneybagg Yo are said to be on Exodus. Now, Nas and Jay Z will reportedly appear on the album as well, on the same track with X. This is epic due to Nas and Jay being on a song together again, considering that the two were in a high-profile feud in the early 2000s. This was confirmed after a recent listening session for Exodus. Last month, Nas and Jay were on Khaled’s “Sorry Not Sorry” album.
X and Jay have appeared on various songs together such as on X’s “Blackout,” “It’s Murda,” and “Money, Cash, H*es.” With X and Nas, they collaborated on “Life Is What You Make It” and “Grand Finale.” X, Nas, and Jay are all three of the greatest rappers to ever to do it as well as New York legends so, this is a collab that all hip-hop fans are craving.
For the listening party, it also ended up being noted that Pop Smoke will not appear on Exodus. This is after initial rumors that he and X had something cooked up in the stash together. It’s unfortunate that this won’t be the case but Exodus is still expected to do very well and possibly be the number one album in the US.
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