Swizz Beatz requested DMX’s household to signal off on the rapper’s posthumous album, Web page Six is informed.
The super-producer — who introduced this week that an album he produced with the late star is dropping later this month — says he performed the tracks for the rapper’s eldest son for approval, a supply tells us.
We’re informed that Swizz held a listening session of the eight monitor album, titled “Exodus,” for a gaggle of worldwide DJs over Zoom this week.
“It’s a top-notch line-up of featured artists,” a supply tells us of the upcoming album. “He provides the road facet he’s identified for, but in addition exhibits his facet with God.” They proceed, “He embraces his age and you may inform he was in a great area and was having enjoyable.”
We’re informed Swizz mentioned throughout the Zoom that he was with DMX for each music he recorded and that he performed the tracks for DMX’s eldest son to get approval earlier than it’s launched.
We’re informed Swizz additionally mentioned the rapper himself additionally heard and accepted every monitor earlier than he handed in April at the age of 50 from a drug overdose that left him in a “vegetative state.”
That is DMX’s first album since 2012’s “Undisputed.”
Swizz informed Sizzling 97’s “Ebro in the Morning” that, “The album is a masterpiece. It’s not a daily tone.” And “Earlier than, loads of the tasks was like sending a beat right here, sending a beat there. That is us like in the studio day by day, like actually, actually zoned out and making magic. He put his effort and time…that is one thing completely different.”
“Exodus,” drops Might 28.