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by - written on 19/06/09 (Very useful, 40 readings)
DMX released his third album in 1999, "...And Then There was X" saw a significant shift in the Yonkers-raised rapper, who had gone from Horrorcore the year before (when he dropped two separate albums) to club bangers for the mainstream listeners, and away from the underground. 1. "The Kennel" (Intro) 2. "One More Road To Cross" This track has a very grungy and grimy feel to it, it's the only description I can come up with, but you would understand if you had a listen to it. This style really it's in with DMX's voice and lyrical delivery, so his style is heavily complimented by Swizz Beatz' production. At the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/07/01, updated on 01/07/01 (Very useful, 79 readings)
Well firstly, can I make the point that opinions on music albums are difficult to write, as can you bear with me if this isn't up to scratch. DMX has created a masterpiece of an album here, and it is most probably the best album I own. This is his best album by far, (not that the other two were bad at all!) and it is recommended by myself, to anyone who doesn't yet own it. I know very few people who are into 'Gangsta Rap' but if you want to get into it, this would be a good place to start. Many of you won't have heard of DMX, and are wondering why you are even reading this. Well, buy the album, and you won't be disappointed. As most of you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/06/02, updated on 24/06/02
DMX has made himself a credible and respectable artist in the hip hop world through a combination of determination and self-belief. Whenever he brings out a new album he also brings out a new flow and view of the hip hop game. This kind of anticipation is what has earned DMX his name in the rap industry. "My life was hard, my parents kept me from the yards; watched my back, and never let me do smack" Is just a taste of some of the intelligent and thought provoking imagery that DMX uses. Usually the old clichés that discriminate rap would apply but not in this case. I believe that DMX has somehow managed to overcome the boundary, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/08/00, updated on 12/08/00 (Useful, 23 readings)
This is the third album from DMX and it is even better than the first two, which were both excellent. The tracks on this album follow the same style as his previous two albums, so if you like them then you will like this. There are a lot really good tracks on this album such as One More Road To Cross, Fame, Here We Go Again, Party Up, What's My Name? and What These Bitches Want, which features Sisqo. This is an album that anyone who likes hip-hop/rap should really like as it is filled with really catchy tracks. This is definitely another album from DMX that is well worth the money. Read the complete review
by - written on 22/12/00, updated on 22/12/00 (Useful, 62 readings)
Once again X is back with another great album which again proves that he is up there with the best in the rap game. This new album has it all a deep meaning, great tunes, and the beats are pumpin. X just can not be touched and this new album proves that when you are true to the industry then the industry will be true to you. I love how DMX uses his life experiences on this album to express himself and his anger. X has always been the rapper to tell you just how he feels whether you like it or not and this time its no different. This album however, still does not quite have that touch that 'Its Dark' had but, I still think just as highly of this album. He ... Read the complete review
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