"Swizz and I are excited to show the world everything that took place behind scenes during the process."
"I was out the country don't ask me who did it. It's fixed," explained Swizz on Instagram.
The respected lyricist talks going from Harlem to Hollywood, the forthcoming sequel to his collaborative album with Styles P, his partnership with Tracklib, and more.
Ne-Yo is set to host this year's show.
Meanwhile, another critic likened the Canadian singer to Prince based on his recently released fifth studio album.
Elliott explains how her music career started before her solo debut later that decade.
The two New Yorkers previously collaborated with each other on hits like Rule's "New York" and Joey Crack's "What's Luv."
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