Don't get excited about That Disk 2 list of songs Eminem's "Revival" That KXNG Crooked Shared

HipHop News Posted on December 7, 2017 at 1:41am

Don't get excited about That Disk 2 list of songs Eminem's "Revival" That KXNG Crooked Shared

The Fans were going crazy for a list of songs which featured Redman, 50 Cent, Dr. Dre and more.

KXNG Crooked caused a great stir in the social media timelines in all parts during the evening, after sharing an alleged list of songs for the yet-nothing-but-a-theory-of-second album of Eminem next Revival album.

While Crooked has since taken to Twitter to clarify that only shared the image because he was just as curious as everyone else, the 16-track collection does not have Shade diehards foaming at the mouth for what seemed like a lot more Hip Hop focused on the features list.

What is this? pic.twitter.com/pu1xvZSwK2

— Good against Evil II Friday😇😈 (@CrookedIntriago) December 7, 2017

People think I'm trolling, but I literally asked, "what is this" because I don't know what the fuck is 🤷🏿♂️ https://t.co/wcS4LFu4Mz

— Good against Evil II Friday😇😈 (@CrookedIntriago) December 7, 2017

I don't think you're trolling, I think he saw it on one of the strings of comments, and were probably genuinely confused about it.

— Jeffery Joseph 🇺🇸 (@JeffJosephATL) December 7, 2017

Exactly https://t.co/g39VvRaWdv

— Good against Evil II Friday😇😈 (@CrookedIntriago) December 7, 2017

The detectives over at Reddit's HipHopHeads of the monitoring board of the source image to a Twitter account that sent Crooked, and then deleted the post once he shared himself. The commenters also pointed out that the source seems to be slightly different from the official tracklist (as seen above) and that the Slaughterhouse is not correctly styled on the 11 of the track (you should not have a space).

Before Crooked clarified his post early on Thursday morning (December 7), many on-line gave credibility considering his close ties to the Shade of the Records as a member of the label's supergroup Slaughterhouse. Both Eminem manager Paul Rosenberg and Dr. Dre have also used their own accounts to provide information about the album.

Later, a Twitter user asked if Crooked I could remember the re

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