DMX

Nov
5
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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Oct
12
New Music: DMX f/ Swizz Beatz – ‘It’s Over, The Dog Is Back (Freestyle)’

Swizz Beatz and DMX

DMX announces his return on a new freestyle “It’s Over, The Dog Is Back” featuring Swizz Beatz. “It’s a new sheriff in town, just been re-elected,” growls X, while Swizzy teases more music from the rest of the Ruff Ryders crew. The Dog days are far from over.

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Oct
12
DMX Doesn’t Regret Past Mistakes, Discusses Return to Music

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DMX marked his return to the spotlight with a rip-roaring performance at the BET Hip-Hop Awards. As part of his comeback tour, the Yonkers rapper also stopped by “106 & Park” with Swizz Beatz to premiere his video for “Last Hope” and speak about reuniting with his fellow Ruff Ryder.

Despite his public trials and tribulations, X is not looking back. “I wouldn’t change one thing,” he told hosts Rocsi and Terrence. “That made me the man I am today and I love the way I am.”

When asked what he thought of today’s popular rappers, he responded, “I really don’t think about other rappers, no disrespect. I’d rather focus on what I am seeing, the message I need to get across.”

On “Last Hope,” X rhymes over a beat which was previously used by Drake. “I didn’t know it was his song,” said X. “I heard the beat, the hook. I’m like, ‘I gotta beast on that.’ Thanks for bringing it to the table, I guess.”

He is now back in the lab with Swizz crafting new material. “Expect the unexpected. Expect the new improved,” announced Swizzy. “Expect hip-hop. Expect real music. Expect the Dog to be back.”

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Aug
4
New Music: Busta Rhymes x DMX – ‘Otis (Freestyle)’

Busta Rhymes and DMX

DMX returns with his first rap since prison, joining Busta Rhymes on a freestyle over Jay-Z and Kanye West’s Watch the Throne single “Otis.” The hip-hop stars assault the track—literally slapping it at one point—with their aggressive rhymes. Somebody call a doctor.

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Jul
19
DMX Released from Prison, Plans Comeback

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DMX is free once again. The notorious rapper was released from an Arizona prison this morning after serving six months behind bars for a probation violation.

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Jul
12
DMX to Remain in Prison After Being Caught with Drugs

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DMX’s prison stay has been extended. The embattled hip-hop star will remain behind bars after being busted for drugs.

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May
4
New Music: DMX – ‘Get Your Money Up’

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DMX barks back on “Get Your Money Up.” Over a trumpeting instrumental by Snagz, the embattled rapper spits gruff rhymes aimed at the judge, police, and snitches. “We don’t want no peace, war till we die!” growls X, peppering it with his signature ad-libs. Listen to him rip the track apart.

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