After a releasing a mediocre single, X drops another one right behind it but only this time he connects with his fans (new and old). With a powerful message and a soulful vibe, the dog bites hard on this one.
“I’m feeling some kind of way about the fact that you’ve been commissioned… You’ve been blessed, you’ve been given the opportunity to do the [Aaliyah] album yet you don’t include anybody she worked with personally. What part of the game is that?”
X, who was widely known as a close friend/collaborator to the now deceased Aaliyah has been vocal about the various things pertaining to the canadian born and bred MC including his talent which X considers redundant and annoying.
“He has talent but it’s kind of redundant,” X said. “It’s kind of the same all the time, and it sounds the same to me personally. It’s an annoying sound. Like a washing machine or a dryer. I don’t even have to explain. I just don’t like what it is”
Aaliyah and DMX both starred on the cult lassic film “Romeo Must Die” alongside Jet Li as well as the classic
It looks like fans of DMX will get what they’ve been anxiously waiting for. X’s manager, Jason Fowler, recently announced that his next album will be released on June 26th. The name of the upcoming album is titled ‘Undisputed’. This will be DMX’s seventh studio album. Once a member of the Ruff Ryder crew, X will still be expected to bring heat.
Classic! This is a song taken from the original ‘Belly’ soundtrack. Back then, these dudes were considered unstoppable and it seemed as though the music world revolve around them. This was a great compliment to the movie itself which critics said would not do good in theaters. On the contrary, the movie was dubbed a ‘hood classic’ and the soundtrack featured a slew of certified heat from some of the industry’s top mc’s.
This is one of the all-time classics that still makes the club go crazy…and this was made in the 90’s! Peep D-Block when they were still calling themselves the LOX. In the midst of Biggie’s abrupt absence and the curse of the infamous ‘shiny suits’, the 3 kids from Yonkers, NY team up with the Queen Bee and fellow Y.O. native, DMX, to make history. Every artist featured in this song was just about to hit that moment that would leave a permanent mark on our most beloved hip hop culture.
There was a time when DMX had the whole world barking and howling as he graced the stage to pour his heart and soul out into his music. After a turbulent personal life plagued his career, the main attraction of the ‘Ruff Ryders’ movement fell from stardom but was never completely removed from our fond memories. DMX is currently making an attempt to emerge once again as one of hip hop’s greatest. At his best, he was nearly untouchable and everything he dropped was classic. Who else could drop two classic albums within a span of a year and have a slew of classic hits from both of them? Remember ‘It’s Dark and Hell is Hot’ & ‘Flesh of My Flesh…’ As a true music fan, I beg you to not count the dog out yet, he may have one more gem left! Here’s a look back at one of his most precious tracks, Slippin.
We take a look back at DMX before he let the evils of the world get the best of him. We’re sure glad to see him back doing his thing again.
Taken from Onyx’s 1998 release, ‘Shut Em Down’…Those wild guys come through to shut things down and oh yeah they tap the top dawg DMX for back up.
It’s official…the dog has been released from lock down and now he’s ready to bite! DMX was release from Yuma state prison today. It is reported that X, was greeted by close family members and friends immediately after release. The animated rapper revealed that he will be heading straight to the studio after a shopping trip and a visit to his probation officer. X was scheduled to be released last week but after failing a drug test, he was denied freedom until today.
As DMX preps for his return the free world, he sets out to re-establish himself as an official veteran in the game.