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DMX kicks the bucket at age 50 today at White Plains Hospital

DMX kicks the bucket at age 50 today at White Plains Hospital.

DMX, a rapper who is referred to as much for his troubles as his music, has passed on, his family reported in an announcement. He was 50.

"We are deeply saddened to announce today that our loved one, DMX, birth name of Earl Simmons, passed away at 50-years-old at White Plains Hospital with his family by his side after being placed on life support for the past few days," family's statement read in part.
"Earl was a warrior who fought till the very end," the family continued. "He loved his family with all of his heart and we cherish the times we spent with him."
DMX (Dark Man X) started rapping in the early 1990s and delivered his debut album, "It's Dark and Hell Is Hot," in 1998.
The artist had been hospitalized since a week ago when he endured a respiratory failure at his home in New York, as per his long-lasting lawyer, Murray Richman. Artists, athletes, and different celebrities honored him on social media Friday.

With the passings of individual rappers The Notorious B.I.G. and Tupac Shakur before he burst on the scene, DMX got one of the dominant stars of bad-to-the-bone hip hop and was the leading artist endorsed to the Ruffhouse Records label.
His single, "Ruff Ryders Anthem," assisted with fixing his basic and business achievement.
The rapper delivered a few albums throughout the long term, including one of his most economically fruitful, "...And Then There Was X," which was delivered in 1999 and was named for a Recording Academy / GRAMMYs in the best rap album class. It was one of three Grammy designations for the rapper.
He sold a huge number of albums, helped by hits like "Get At Me Dog" in 1998, "Party Up," in 1999, and "X Gon' Give It to Ya," in 2003.
He parlayed his developing popularity into an acting vocation, showing up in numerous movies including, "Romeo Must Die" and "Cradle 2 The Grave."
His expert accomplishments were regularly dominated by his issues with substance misuse and disagreements with the law. He conceded to burden misrepresentation in 2017 and was condemned to one year in jail.
In 2019, DMX dropped an arranged show visit to look for treatment for dependence, saying at the time that he was "putting family and sobriety first."



That very year he conversed with GQ about his battles.
"I just need to have a purpose," he said. "And I don't even know that purpose, because God has given me that purpose since before I was in the womb, so I'm going to fulfill that purpose ... whether I want to or not, whether I know it or not, because the story has already been written. If you appreciate the good, then you have to accept the bad."
All the more as of late, DMX excited fans a year ago when he showed up in a Verzuz battle with individual artist Snoop Dogg.
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