More music from DMX may be on the way, including a gospel album.
Swizz Beatz revealed that besides what was heard on his posthumous project, there is even more unreleased music from the late rap icon Exodus.
“We have the material,” said Swizz during an album that was after Exodus. “He’s not here, but we have the vocals and so on. This project definitely needs a second part. “
It is currently unclear whether a new edition of. it’s planned Exodus or a whole new album, but Swizz debuted an unreleased version of Bath Salts with J. Cole that failed Exodus during his Verzuz rematch with Timbaland over the weekend.
The legend of Ruff Ryders also recorded “a lot of material” for a gospel project that Swizz would like to realize.
“He has a different style of music that is also gospel,” said the Verzuz co-creator. “That was like his dream-dream-dream. We have to try to achieve that. “
X, who died on April 9th at the age of 50, spoke openly about his faith and often showed it through his music. “That’s where he wanted to end. He wanted to end up in the spiritual zone with his music, ”said Swizz.
The eighth album from DMX Exodus was released on Friday with collaborations with JAY-Z, Nas, Lil Wayne, Alicia Keys, Usher and Bono.
Swizz has vowed to keep his friend’s legacy alive. “I couldn’t sleep because I knew he didn’t have his full potential,” he said The New York Times. “That was a driver for me, because X has opened up many opportunities for many people, including me.”