DMX – Undisputed(2012)

September 5, 2012

01. Look Without Seein’ (prod. by Elite) 02. What They Don’t Know (prod. by Swizz Beatz) 03. Cold World (feat. Adreena Mills) (prod. by Grease & Snaz) 04. I Don’t Dance (feat. Machine Gun Kelly) (prod. by J.R. Rotem) 05. Sucka For Love (feat Dani Stevenson) (prod. by Deezle) 06. I Get Scared (feat. Adreena Mills) (prod. by Grease) 07. Slippin’ Again (prod. by Bird) 08. Prayer (Skit) (prod. by X) 09. I’m Back (prod. by Bird) 10. Have You Eva (prod. by Grease) 11. Get Your Money Up (Explicit Version Only) 12. Head Up (prod. by Tronzilla) 13. Frankenstein (prod. by Caviar) 14. Ya’ll Don’t Really Know (prod. by Swizz Beatz) + Busta Rhymes 15. I Got Your Back (feat. Kashmere) (prod. by Caviar) 16. No Love (feat. Adreena Mills) (prod. by Grease & Snaz) 17. Already (prod. by Divine Bars)



X makes his return to the music game alongside Busta Rhymes and releases a new freestyle over Otis.


It’s Dark and Hell is Hot is the debut album of American rapper DMX, released May 19, 1998 on Ruff Ryders Entertainment and Def Jam Recordings.[1] The album featured four singles with music videos, “Get at Me Dog“, “Stop Being Greedy“, “How’s It Goin’ Down” and the “Ruff Ryders Anthem“. The album is widely considered classic by numerous hip hop fans and critics.[2]


In an interview with from behind bars, X explains that Rawse reached out to make him part of the MMG family.

DMX has revealed that Rick Ross reached out to him while behind bars showing interest in signing the gruff MC to his Maybach Music Group imprint. Speaking with, Dark Man X explained that Rawse’s people sent a letter to him in prison with the intention of getting him on the label.

“Rick Ross’ peoples wrote me a letter while I was in here,” he said. “Yeah like ‘Yo we got a home for you. We’ll pick you up in a limo. Just come to Miami. Just come, we got you.’”

X is considering their offer, but is afraid of getting tangled up in Ross’ Illuminati affiliation. “I’m thinking about it. It was a good feeling. I respect him as an artist, and I would like to work with him. But he got the whole Illuminati thing going on.  I got fans who write me like ‘I’m glad you’re not a part of that.’ And I don’t know what it’s really about entirely. So it might be like a good thing.”

As of now, he’s up for a collaboration with Ross, but is lukewarm on the MMG deal. “Yeah. I have respect for him and he expressed interest that he wanted to work with me while I was out. So I definitely want do a song with him, but I don’t know about the record label thing. I would have to see what his camp is like and feel people out.  I’m not the average artist.”