Download Poison (2018) Album Zip, rar, By Swizz Beatz
Following a long, 11-year pause, Swizz Beatz is at last dropping his sophomore collection, Poison, at some point this mid year. With a specific end goal to compensate for lost time, Swizz is getting a portion of the greatest names hip-bounce on load up for his new venture, and his undertakings later on.
In a meeting with Pitchfork, Swizz gives insights about the highlights on Poison. It’s a stacked rundown, including names, for example, Kendrick Lamar, Nas, Pusha T, Lil Wayne, Young Thug, 2 Chainz, The Lox, Giggs, Jim Jones, and that’s just the beginning. Those are only the names that he could fit on the undertaking’s 10 tracks, a number which he needed to trim down from the more than 70 melodies he recorded.
There’s no worry about whether we may hear those tracks, be that as it may, as Swizz has bounty more in the pipeline once he’s done with Poison. Swizz says that he has another four collections prepared and sitting tight for the future, each with an altogether different topic. One is a R&B collection, one is a “vitality” collection for getting pumped up, one is an “acoustics” collection brimming with Sunday vibes, and the latter is a “worldwide” collection with universal craftsmen.
“Every single diverse idea, every extraordinary message, every single distinctive sound,” Swizz said in the meeting. “I’m not attempting to put this out and after that go on a rest. I’m attempting to put this out and afterward before you know it, you’re seeing the introduction to something different. I need this to be a continuation of assemblages of work, so individuals are becoming acclimated to me being back in this ring and being eccentric and ultra aggressive.”
One melody that didn’t make the cut for Poison was a track with Kanye West and Bono, however it was evacuated on the grounds that the coordinated effort felt “too huge.”