On the upcoming episode of TV One's 'UNCENSORED,' Swizz Beatz takes viewers on a first-person journey behind the lessons he learned in life and people he came across along the way that helped him to achieve the success he currently enjoys.
Details surrounding the death of rap icon DMX have been pretty guarded since his passing on April 9, 2021, but now it looks like the actual reason that led to his fatal end has officially become public knowledge.
Desiree Lindstrom, the fiancee of DMX has reportedly applied to the court to be legally declared his “common-law wife,” but a judge rejected her request.
Def Jam, and in turn Universal Music Group, made a lof of money selling DMX's music. So covering the late, great rapper's funeral costs was the least the legendary Hip-Hop label could do.
The hype surrounding DMX’s highly-anticipated posthumous album 'Exodus' was already at a peak high, but of course Jay-Z would come along and add even more fanfare — and doing it with a (possible) Kim Kardashian diss line at that!
Swizz Beatz was closer to DMX than most, and made it a point to call out the phony friends who weren't there for the late rapper when he was alive at his homegoing. In a recent interview with Angie Martinez, Swizz stood by what he said about X not getting the love he needed, and sycophants in his cipher.
DMX's final interview will air on TV One's Uncensored on May 16 at 8pm. Will you be tuning in? We know we will.
DMX touched a lot of lives throughout his music career. This past Saturday (May 1) Lil Wayne took a moment to reflect on his own experience with X. During his performance at Trillerfest in Miami, Wayne stopped the music to reflect on the time he and X were on the road together twenty years ago […]
Irv Gotti is known to speak his mind and share opinions without a filter. But last week, he caught a wave of backlash from music fans and industry peers after giving his take on what killed DMX. During an interview with Chicago’s 107.5 WGCI, Gotti said X died from crack cocaine and fentanyl overdose. “They said […]
Rapper DMX's final interview before he died is set to air on TVOne on the network's popular "Uncensored" series.
Today (April 24), thousands are gathering in Brooklin in and around the Barclay's Center to honor the late, great DMX. While the memorial service isn't for the public, there is a pandemic so protocols are in place for attendees, but it isn't stopping people from showing up and showing out.