New Music: DMX f/ Snoop Dogg – ‘Shit Don’t Change’ [Produced by Dr. Dre]

The Weigh In

DMX connects with West Coast vets Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg on the first single off his EP The Weigh In, which drops tomorrow.

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Behind the Video: DMX f/ MGK – ‘I Don’t Dance’

DMX, MGK, and Xzibit

“Wild Boy” Machine Gun Kelly linked up with the original wild boy DMX on set of the video for “I Don’t Dance,” the first single off X’s comeback album Undisputed, due this summer. MGK performed scenes alongside his idol at a nightclub in L.A. Not only did the Yonkers rapper star in front of the camera, he also helped out behind the scenes, sweeping up broken glass before a crew member told him to stop. Go behind the scenes below.

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New Music: DMX f/ Machine Gun Kelly – ‘I Don’t Dance’

DMX and Machine Gun Kelly

The original wild boy, DMX, hooks up with Bad Boy’s wild boy, Machine Gun Kelly, on “I Don’t Dance,” the first single from X’s comeback album Undisputed. The Yonkers rapper returns with a vengeance, growling over the club-ready beat. “Ya’ll ni**as whisper, ‘X is a crackhead.’ Aight then, fuck it, I’ma just crack heads,” he barks. Cleveland’s MGK comes through with a rebellious verse on his idol’s song, proving he’s learned from the best.

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DMX Plots Ruff Ryders Reunion Tour

Swizz Beatz and DMX

The Ruff Ryders are taking their reunion on the road. According to DMX, the ’90s hip-hop collective is plotting a comeback tour.

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Lil Wayne Celebrates DMX’s Return at Miami Nightclub

Lil Twist, DMX, and Lil Wayne

Lil Wayne reunited with an old friend at LIV nightclub in Miami on New Year’s Day. With his protégé Lil Twist by his side, Weezy introduced DMX to the VIP crowd including Rihanna, Rick Ross, and Teairra Mari.

“Tonight is history ’cause I got a fucking legend standing behind me,” said the Young Money captain. “When I turned around, I saw this ni**a, I was like, ‘Stop the music and let these motherfuckas know that DMX is in this bitch.’”

He reflected on touring with X earlier in his career. “I remember when I was 17 years old, I was on the world’s biggest hip-hop tour. It was called the Ruff Ryders/Cash Money tour, and you was rockin’ that shit,” he told X.

A growling DMX then proceeded to perform his classics “Get at Me Dog” and “What These Bitches Want” while Wayne stood onstage. Watch the club go wild.

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DMX Sets Spring Release for ‘Undisputed’ Album


2012 will be the Year of the Dog. DMX is set to return to music with a new album, due this spring.

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DMX Teams with Dr. Drew to Save a Life

DMX and Dr. Drew

DMX checks in with Dr. Drew on his daytime show “Dr. Drew’s Lifechangers.” The hip-hop veteran opens up about his dark past with theft, drugs, and alcohol, as well as his rough childhood, living with an abusive mother.

With a new outlook on life, DMX reaches out to help a troubled young man that is following in his dangerous footsteps. The Ruff Ryders rapper shows him two potential paths, violence and prison or a chance for a productive life. The young man is also introduced to a producer and offered a life-changing proposition.

During the two-part episode, DMX will perform his gospel single “Keep Ya Head Up” for the first time on television.

The shows airs Wednesday, November 9, at 3 p.m. EST on The CW. Watch a sneak peek below.

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