#DXCLUSIVE: KXNG Crooked Dead Eminem's "Revival" Double Album the Theory
"The disk 2 is not't exist. It's not real."
DXHQ – KXNG Crooked (aka Crooked I) came through #DXLive Thursday (December 7) and was able to dispel the rumors of Eminem, the revival of be a double album. The Slaughterhouse veterinarian pouring fuel on the fire when he shared a fake list of songs to Twitter with a series of Hip Hop heavy weights. During the conversation with the editor-in-chief Trent Clark and DXLive host Marcel Williams, clarified his reason for the publication of the work of art.
"I just asked you a simple question," Crooked explained. "I guess the Stans decided to go on the attack. They said, " Wait a minute. If it is your twitter, this must be what it is.' And I'm like, 'Yo, I'm just asking a question.'"
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The native of Detroit also gave your good reaction to the guest spots featured in the Rebirth of the song list and put an end to the double album of the theory.
"What Em test at this time?", he asked. "You can rap with anyone in the game, so, obviously, when you create an album that has a vision. When I look at the list of songs, does not bother me, but it seemed to annoy a lot of fans. People were hitting me he says like, 'I used to be anti-pop and now he has a lot of pop influences on your record.' What I look at as I want to hear Em. It has been a minute. I don't have to listen to it with a million dudes rapping. I don't want to hear that really. I want Em to tell their story, what has, what space it is in now. And you know, most of those people are singers. It is not that there are a lot of rap that happens outside of what I'm here for — Marshall Mathers. I personally wasn't really trippin'.
"I hate to break it to y'all", he added. "The disk 2 does not exist. That is not real."
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