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a song titled "Channel Zero" to be lyrically changed.[citation needed] Canibus spoke about a very unknown conspiracy on the song. He spoke about a mission to be executed by the government named The Lucifer Project, a project that was said to be the mission to explode and terminate planet Jupiter.[citation needed] Canibus also includes lyrics in the song (that can be found on YouTube) about alien conspiracies and a conspiracy-classified group called the Illuminati.[citation needed] The song was changed and re-titled "The Grand Deception" and still includes many conspiracies about nearly the same topics.[citation needed] Because Wyclef produced the grand majority of the tracks, Williams blamed him for the general dissatisfaction with Can-I-Bus and cut ties with him, going as far as to diss Wyclef, most notably on the title track of his second album ("You mad at the last album? I apologize for it / Yo, I can't call it, Wyclef spoiled it!"). Said album, 2000 B.C., was also released to mixed feelings and reviews – the latter once more focusing on the lack of topical variety and uninspired production – also suffering from very little promotion by Universal Records. 2000 B.C. featured the first collaboration between Canibus and Kurupt, Ras Kass and Killah Priest, a rap supergroup collectively known as The HRSMN (referring to the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse), on the track "Horsementality". Though following 2000 B.C.'s release it had been announced that the group would be releasing an album, these plans never materialized, with only an EP of outtakes from 2001 entitled The Horsemen Project released by Killah Priest's management in 2003. Since 2000, however, the members of the group have worked together on various songs and rumors of a full-length HRSMN album are rampant to this day and include speculation about collaborations with Pharoahe Monch, Common and Rakim, among others.