After debuting it live weeks back, X and Machine Gun Kelly gives us the mp3 of their
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Dark Man X returns to NY and will take the stage at S.O.B.’s on Thursday, February 23. And guess what, from Mon-Fri we’re giving away a pair of tickets a day. First person to email us at [email protected] with your full name and #DMX in the subject wins. Doors open at 7:30. Good luck, dog. Purchase tickets here. UPDATE: Done. Props to Jason.
Hopefully this sticks. With their independent compilation album already out, DMX tells TMZ
During the Agenda/DGK after-party in Long Beach last night, DMX and Machine Gun Kelly premiered one of the tracks they recently worked on, “I Don’t Dance”. skeetv
The last time Lil Wayne and DMX shared the same stage was over a decade ago on the Ruff Ryders/Cash Money tour. But last night the pair reunited at LIV Nightclub. After speaking to the crowd, X performed “Get At Me Dog” and “What These Bitches Want”. missinfo | djirie
DMX swung by NYC’s Santos Party House for Funkmaster Flex’s Christmas party and surprised the partygoers with a performance. He also announced his album
You’re now tuned into the muthafuckin’ greatest. Last week, the Ruff Ryders released their latest compilation album, Past, Present, Future and here’s the project’s opening track. Cop it on iTunes here. x
In the latest of Dame Grease’s viral chronicles, we head to Saltmine Studios in Arizona and witness MGK and DMX preparing a new song. Let’s see if the Dog has any new tricks.