DMX’s Eldest Son, Signed Off On His Father’s Posthumous Album

Swizz Beatz got the approval from DMX’s family for the late rapper’s posthumous album, “Exodus” coming out on May 28th.

A source told Page Six, X’s longtime friend and producer said he played all the tracks for the rapper’s eldest son Xavier to get his approval.

Swizz held a listening session for the eight-track album for a group of international DJs over Zoom earlier this week.

Swizz told the DJs during the Zoom call that he was with DMX for every song he recorded and that he played the tracks for DMX’s eldest son to get his blessing before the album is released.

“It’s a top-notch line-up of featured artists,” the source told Page Six. “He gives the street side he is known for, but also shows his side with God.” They continue, “He embraces his age and you can tell he was in a good space and was having fun.”

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