While DJ Premier and Nas were in San Bernardino, California last weekend for Rock The Bells, they phoned into Live From HeadQuaterz on Hip-Hop Nation. Nas spoke on his debut and says the sequel to Belly 2 lies on DMX. Don’t count on it.
X invited Arizona’s ABC 15 into his studio where he is currently working on his next album, scheduled for an end of year release. He spoke on dog fighting, battling drug addiction, and his bi-polar disorder.
Tired of the various “Otis” freestyles? Well, that’s too bad. As promised, Flex unleashes X’s first recording since his release and it features Busta Rhymes. UPDATE: No Tags.
Looks like the “Otis” beat isn’t dying anytime soon. In the lab with Khaled, Busta plays a snippet of his upcoming take featuring Earl. This will be X’s first recording since his release and will be debuted tmw on Funk Flex’s Hot 97 show. Dark Man back? ifwt
[vodpod id=Video.13481056&w=540&h=350&fv=videoId%3D1066278192001%26amp%3BlinkBaseURL%3Dhttp%253A%252F%252Fwww.xxlmag.com%252Fvideo%252F2011%252F07%252Fdmx-peforms-post-prison-prayer-xxclusive-video%252F%26amp%3BplayerID%3D735056479001%26amp%3BplayerKey%3DAQ%7E%7E%2CAAAAj36EHhk%7E%2C2pR1tWM5uVhnbSj–UUJCXbI03wJZIun%26amp%3Bdomain%3Dembed%26amp%3BdynamicStreaming%3Dtrue] Yesterday, DMX finally was released from prison. While leaving the facility, XXL was with him and convinced X to recite some new lyrics that will appear on his next album.
Seems like this news happens on the regular. Despite the talk of delay, DMX was released from Yuma Prison at 7 am today after serving seven months on probation violation.
Another doggone shame. DMX was initially set to be released from Yuma State Prison tomorrow, but according to TMZ, he will have to remain for at least another week due to a few infractions including: drug possession of an unspecified drug, failing or refusing a drug test, smoking and more. X has been at the Arizona pen since December on a probation violation.