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While in prison, DMX stated that he had a purpose for being there: "I came here to meet somebody...

If they wanted to come out with another album, they had to come to the table. Some of the songs are from the Undisputed album & there's three extra songs that he recorded that were not on the Undisputed album that they just put on that album. We don’t even know where he got that picture on the cover from.DNA testing confirmed that he is the father of at least two children; the first was born to Maryland resident Monique Wayne in 2004, the second to a different woman in late 2008.DMX and Jay Z guest-starred on the single "It's Murda" from Ja Rule's first album.He also appeared on LL Cool J's single "4, 3, 2, 1" in 1997. to Live" and "Take What's Yours", and The LOX's single "Money, Power & Respect" created a strong buzz.In February 1998, DMX released his debut major-label single, "Get at Me Dog", on Def Jam Recordings. His first major-label album, It's Dark and Hell Is Hot, which included the single "Ruff Ryders Anthem", was released in May 1998.After its release, he informed the public that he planned to retire, and that Grand Champ would be his final album.

which features hit singles including "Where the Hood At? In 2009, DMX claimed he would pursue preaching in Jersey City, New Jersey but will also continue to produce music.

The label eventually agreed to release DMX from their contract.

He released his second single, "Make a Move" in 1994, and made a guest appearance alongside Jay Z, Ja Rule, and Mic Geronimo on the classic underground track "Time To Build" on Mic Geronimo's debut album in 1995.

The album debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 chart in the U. Later that year in December, DMX released his second album, Flesh of My Flesh, Blood of My Blood.

It debuted at number one on the Billboard 200, where it remained for three consecutive weeks. It was his third album to debut at number one on the Billboard 200. After improving his legal situation (see section "Legal Issues"), DMX returned to the studio to complete his fourth album, The Great Depression.

Within one week of the album's release, 670,000 units were shipped. Its most popular single, "Party Up", became his first Top Ten hit on the R&B charts. Released October 23, 2001, it was his fourth album to debut at number one on the Billboard 200, featuring the singles "Who We Be", "We Right Here", and "Shorty Was The Bomb".