DMX Music Videos Live On Forever Dawg

DMX Music Videos Live On Forever Dawg

DMX Music Videos Live On Forever Dawg!

Hip Hop lost DMX today following X suffering an overdose and heart attack one week ago. X is one of the greatest anthem rappers, but his music will live on forever, as well as memorable moments.

Back in the late ’90s and early millennium, DMX was everything. His music was a movement, he was the Ruff Ryder who gave you summer anthems each and every year.

There hasn’t been a rapper that could bring the house down like DMX could with his raspy-voiced lyrics, gritty dirt sound, it was raw, unapologetic, and defined a moment in hip hop music.

DMX always made any club TURNT! shares DMX, born Earl Simmons, music to the forefront in case you never experience the blood and sweat of DMX powerful bars.

Dark Man X’s music was about pain, religion, life, suffering, and survival, something that has been lost in today’s rappers, who only spit on sex, materialism, and money.

For over two decades DMX has reigned supreme in hip hop and his videos come from the following albums, “It’s Dark and Hell Is Hot,” “Flesh of My Flesh, Blood of My Blood,” both dropped in 98 – “… And Then There Was X” in 99 – “The Great Depression” followed in 2001 – “Grand Champ” in 2003 – “Year of the Dog… Again” 2006 – in 2010 X was back with his “Mixtape” – He dropped “Undisputed” in 2012 and in 2015 came “Redemption of the Beast”

Here is our SIC VID tribute to the late great DMX and his music videos: