DMX‘s final album ‘Exodus’ has been unleashed to rapturous applause.
The rapper completed much of his lyrical contribution to the LP prior to his death on April 9 and, after the tragedy, the baton was taken on by his longtime friend and collaborator Swizz Beatz.
Serving as the late, great lyricist’s first LP since 2012’s ‘Undisputed’, the set benefits from elite guest features – including JAY-Z, Usher, Alicia Keys, Nas, The Lox, and U2’s Bono.
Critics have christened the set one of the best of X’s career, which naturally presents the question of what the numbers saying.
The first-week tallies are in and bring forth the answer.
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According to Hits Daily Double, ‘Exodus’ is on course to sell:
[Sales Plus Streaming]
It means the project is on course to premiere within the top 10 of the Billboard 200 and will be the late star’s first body of work to do so in over ten years.