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X Gon' Give It To Ya DMX 03:39
Party Up DMX 04:31
Ruff Ryders' Anthem DMX 03:34
Where The Hood At DMX 04:46
Go To Sleep Eminem, DMX, Obie Trice 04:42
This Is The Way (feat. DMX) Five Finger Death Punch, DMX 02:47
How's It Goin' Down DMX 04:04
We Right Here DMX 04:27
Slippin' DMX 05:05
Damien DMX 03:42

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From the late-1990s through the early 2010s, DMX was the heavyweight champion of hardcore rap, combining gangsta lyrics and a gruff vocal delivery into six chart-topping studio albums. He was born as Earl Simmons in Mount Vernon, NY, on December 18, 1970. A teenager with a violent, troubled past that included gang activity, he began building an audience in New York thanks to his self-produced mixtapes. Signed by Columbia in 1992, he released his debut single, "Born Loser," the following year, yet failed to make much of an impression in a hip-hop scene dominated by acts like 2Pac and Notorious B.I.G. Following the subsequent deaths of those two rap icons, DMX became one of hip-hop's newly-crowned kings with 1998's It's Dark and Hell is Hot, which sold four million copies on the strength of hit singles like "Ruff Ryders' Anthem." The album climbed to Number 1 on both the Billboard 200 and the Top Rap Albums chart, as did its five follow-ups: 1998's Flesh of My Flesh, Blood of My Blood, 1999's Grammy-nominated ...And Then There Was X, 2001's The Great Depression, and 2003's Grand Champ. Year of the Dog...Again arrived in 2006 and became DMX's first album not to debut atop the charts, while 2012's Undisputed peaked at Number 12. Although he remained a pop-culture icon throughout the decade, DMX's place in the mainstream had largely faded by the early 2020s, when the rapper suffered a heart attack and died on April 9, 2021. He was 50 years old.