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DMX‘s posthumous album, Exodus, is receiving praise from fans and critics. However, there were many raised eyebrows when a Pop Smoke feature long touted to be part of the album was nowhere to be found upon release.
Swizz Beatz explained what happened during a recent visit to The Breakfast Club. Apparently, X approved every song on the album before his untimely passing. But at the last minute, Swizz says he was not able to use the Pop Smoke verse.
“He was on the album,” explained Swizz. “But they used the
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