DMX’s posthumous album ‘Exodus’ gets release date

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The official release date for American rapper DMX’s posthumous album, ‘Exodus’ has been announced. The announcement was made on May 10, via a post on the late rapper’s Instagram page. A picture of DMX was uploaded on the page alongside a caption that revealed the release date for the album. The post was captioned:

5/28 THE LEGACY CONTINUES.. #EXODUSALBUM

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DMX’s posthumous album, ‘Exodus’ will feature the likes of Pop Smoke, Bono, Lil Wayne, and Griselda. The late rapper’s daughter Sonovah Hillman Jr will make an appearance on two songs off the album. The album will be released on May 28, 2021.


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