DMX Reportedly Finished New Album & Documentary Before Passing


The rapper had completed a full album for Def Jam Records and Ruff Ryders. The projects are set to release this summer.


According to reports, the plan is to continue forward with the release of the music. In fact, a documentary for HBO was also finished in addition to other musical work.


DMX died of a massive heart attack that left in a coma on life support at the age of 50. Minions of people prayed and offered their condolences for the rapper, born Earl Simmons. He was born in Mt. Vernon, New York, but raised in Yonkers.


He rose to the highest heights of music and entertainment.


In February 2021, DMX told the podcast N.O.R.E. and DJ EFN’s Drink Champs that he has just two songs to finish before his upcoming project is complete. His other collaborators on the album include the late Pop Smoke, Lil Wayne, Snoop Dogg, Alicia Keys, Usher, and members of the Griselda crew including Westside Gunn, Conway the Machine, and Benny the Butcher.


DMX also has revealed that he has a collaboration on the way with Bono called ‘Skyscrapers’.

Speaking in the interview, the rapper discussed his much anticipated comeback album.

It is unclear what the role out of the music and film will look like now that DMX has died.


However, Darrin “Dee” Dean of Ruff Ryders Inc. and Craig Brodhead, DMX’s manager told Lisa Evers of Fox 5 New York that the music would be coming.


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