Premiere: DMX's Mini-Doc working on his last album: Snoop Dogg, T.I., Usher joins X's studio session
You can watch DMX's mini-doc below. The Hip-Hop Icon wrapped up new album before his death.
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The New York rap Icon real name Earl Simmons, passed away on 9 April after suffering a heart attack.
DMX, who hasn’t released an album since Redemption of the Beast in 2015, X reunited with Def Jam in 2019 and had been working on the set with longtime collaborator, brother Swizz Beatz. In one of his final interviews with N.O.R.E.'s Drink Champs podcast, he revealed that the guest roster included the late Pop Smoke, Lil Wayne, Snoop Dogg, Alicia Keys and Usher.
Pull up for the premiere of DMX's New Mini-Documentary enjoying life while doing what he loves, The 18-minute mini documentary was shot, directed by DMX's friend Jungle the mini-doc shows rappers like Benny The Butcher, Snoop Dogg, T.I., joins X's studio session last year. (Only On YouTube.com/HIPHOPCROWNNATIONTVTM/)
“X” recorded an entire album of new music before his death. During an interview with Fox 5 New York, Dean revealed that he and X spent the early part of 2020 working on a new album in Nashville following a road trip in an RV.
DMX leaves behind a legacy of music. Adding to his rich catalogue of classics, the artist will have a posthumous album release; the project was reportedly fully completed before his untimely death, and it’s being described as one of his “best” albums.
Aside from music, DMX was also set to bring his experience with fatherhood to the forefront with a new show. "He was bringing his children together, not only repairing his relationships with them, but introducing a lot of them for the first time to one another," Brodhead, who contacted the rappers' children and their respective mothers and brought them to the New York to meet for the first time while he was hospitalized. "You would have thought they’d known each other forever. They clicked immediately right away."