Jadakiss – Who’s Real (Ruff Ryders Remix) video featuring Swizz Beatz, Eve, Drag-On, Styles P, Sheek Louch & DMX The official music video for the Ruff Ryders remix to Jadakiss’ “Who’s Real” featuring Swizz Beatz, Eve, Drag-On, Styles P, Sheek Louch and DMX. The new Ruff Ryders Album is now scheduled to be released in 2010.
West Coast Heavyweights Team With Mark Morrison On “Innocent Man” Remix Dedicated To DMX * * * * * * * * * California meets the UK, as Meech Wells teams with Mark Morrison for the remix of Innocent Man! Multi-platinum selling artist Mark Morrison, Southern California’s newest talent Eastwood and legendary hookmaster Mr. Kane have collaborated on the remix to Morrison’s latest single “Innocent Man”, which also features DMX, and is a dedication to the incarcerated rap star. The [...]
Mark Morrison – Innocent Man video featuring DMX
Throughout the years we have learned one thing about Hip-Hop and Hollywood; they do not mix. Hip Hop inspired films are rarely depicted accurately and their accompanying soundtracks are just as bad. Continuing on this trend is the new Dmx soundtrack for his new action flop of 2003, “Cradle 2 The Grave”.
DMX deserves some credit for working his ass off and actually bothering to put out a lot of material. But it isn’t always good that he puts so much out, as it isn’t always that great. Since the beginning of last year, he’s dropped three LP’s (including this one), and they’ve been alright. Nothing really exceptional, but he’s been improving. Tracks like ‘Slippin’ aren’t amazing, but they do show a deeper side of DMX.
Some artists change for the better and progress through the years while others stay mired in the same repetitive pattern for their entire career. Dmx is an artist that fits into the second category, an artist with all the talent in the world, but one that has never grown or progressed over time. When X dropped his classic debut album â€œItâ€™s Dark And Hell It Hotâ€, he proved to the entire industry why he was indeed one of the best up and coming artists in the game. However, from their on out, X has never really changed, and instead of growing with each album he has moved backwards, releasing sub par albums that unfortunately have gotten worse each time. This pattern once again continues on Xâ€™s latest and final LP â€œGrand Champâ€, where we get an album full of the same tired old Dmx clichÃ©s.
It seems that there are three labels, which need recognition regularly. Well three, which come out with the best material; Def Jam, Loud Records and Rawkus. Def Jam now recently released ‘Survival Of The Illest’ from the tour of the same title that occurred earlier this year. The one recorded was from 125 in NYC.
Belly. This film sounds dope, all I know though is it stars Nas & DMX with T-Boz and Meth fitting in somewhere along the line plus a not very well known man, I think his name is…. Hype Williams?
The Ruff Ryders crew, DMX, Drag-On, Eve, The Lox, and Ja Rule. May be the best crew in hip hop today! Just playing. These guys are the definition of wack. DMX has been dropping info about this joint and have some of the crew appear on his last album ‘Flesh Of My Flesh, Blood Of My Blood.’ Well they finally got to the studio and produced the compilation. The CD features production mostly by producer extraordinaire Swizz Beats.