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Gangsta rap is often criticized for glamorizing the street, but DMX’s third album seems anything but a celebration. And Then There Was X’s often doomy sounding beats are accompanied by warnings, threats and admissions that thuggin’ is little fun. “One More Road” details a spectacularly failed liquor-store robbery that ends in murder. “Never Gonna Lie” alternates between a boast of “I’m never gon’ die” and a promise to stay in the life “even if it kill me.” And the hired killer of “The Streetz” admits “I know I’m goin’ to hell.” After those opening cuts, the album eases into less surprising criminal territory, but “Money” (a small-timer’s lament couched in a driving track) and “What’s My Name” don’t make their milieus sound very enjoyable either. Amusingly enough, though, “F*** Around” twists the party-party grind of Flesh of My Flesh, Blood of My Blood’s “It’s All Good” into a caution against walking on the wrong side of the Ruff Ryders crew; “Reliable” tops it with the audacious meld of grungy blaxploitation strut and worshipful prayer.

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I don't know how people can listen to this CD and say that it isn't a great album! Tracks like, "One More Road to Cross," "Fame," "Party Up," "Make a Move," and "What's My Name" are great to listen to right before a game cuz they're uptempo and DMX shows his energy through them. On the other hand, DMX spills his heart and soul on tracks like "Here We Go Again" and "Angel." Other songs that stand out are songs like "More 2 a Song" which disses rappers such as P. Diddy who flash jewlery and money instead of consitrating on rapping and "What These Bitches Want" which is just a great song!

worth it

for 15 hits (excluding skits) for only 7 bucks? hmm do the math. 15 great songs for less then half the price.. hmmm

Cradle 2 The Grave

Ok. My like 2 favorite songs are from DMX in the movie Cradle 2 The Grave. Right/wrong and X gon' give it to ya. Seriously consider getting those songs. I need them on my ipod.


Born: December 18, 1970 in Baltimore, MD

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Following the deaths of Tupac Shakur and the Notorious B.I.G., DMX took over as the undisputed reigning king of hardcore rap. He was that rare commodity: a commercial powerhouse with artistic and street credibility to spare. His rapid ascent to stardom was actually almost a decade in the making, which gave him a chance to develop the theatrical image that made him one of rap's most distinctive personalities during his heyday. Everything about DMX was unremittingly intense, from his muscular, tattooed...
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