2 Chainz Originally Had a Verse on Quavo and Travis Scott’s “Modern Slavery”
2 Chainz is one of the most sought after feature artists in rap history. The numbers don't lie. But the Atlanta rapper has had a couple of strike outs recently. Chainz revealed he recorded a verse for the song, "Modern Slavery," from Quavo and Travis Scott's new collab album, Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho, but the 16 didn't make the final version.
The news came via Instagram. Swizz Beatz posted a video of himself and his son vibing to the track. "Dat shit hard," Chainz put in the caption. "Did a verse to that. A lot of people ain't been using my verses lately."
Swizz responded, "I don't have that problem. I'm using your verse. You got people [sick]."
This is the second time in recent months that the Playaz Circle rapper recorded a verse for a song that did not end up making the final cut. The internet was abuzz back in July when it was revealed Chainz was working with Eminem on his new album. However, when the tracklist for the album dropped, the Atlanta rapper was noticeably missing.
He didn't seem too happy about the omission, and reacted by posting a set of emojis including an angry face and a fist. He later deleted the post and replaced it with a picture of himself and Shady along with the caption, "Grateful for the opportunity, new music on the way!"
See Swizz and 2 Chainz's posts below.
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