Just a few days after the world was blessed with the newest DMX album Exodus released on May 28, producer Dame Grease, who is also a longtime collaborator and friend of DMX, says he got enough songs for another new album by the late rapper.
The 46-year-old hit-maker and frequent DMX collaborator went on Instagram on Wednesday (June 2) where he made the big announcement.
“Yall Ready? @dmx #Amen Produced By @damegrease129,” the producer wrote. “I’ll give the masters to @defjam only … New album coming! The legacy continue. The Passion and Soul Recorded at my house with 50 more songs!” the post reads.
Alongside the caption, Grease posted a video of him listening to short snippets of two unreleased DMX tracks “The Passion” and “Soul” according to the description by Dame. This is just a small part of what’s in his vault.
The super-producer says he is willing to give the masters to Def Jam Recordings only, in order to be released.
Fans found it strange when the Exodus album was released and there was no sign from Dame Grease in it. The Bronx-born producer had a huge impact on DMX’s career. Grease is responsible for X’s classic, the 1998-released “Flesh of My Flesh, Blood of My Blood” as well as “…And Then There Was X”, “Undisputed” and many more.