DMX Hooks Up With Pharrell For Gospel Portion Of Album
Rapper DMX has hooked up with Neptunes producer Pharrell to work on the gospel portion of his upcoming album which will be titled “Walk With Me Now” (street version) and “You’ll Fly With Me Later” (gospel version).
“I [was] the first n—a to put out two albums in one year [It's Dark and Hell Is Hot and Flesh of My Flesh, Blood of My Blood in 1998], now I’m gonna hit ‘em again â€” drop two albums on the same f—in’ day, yo,” X said from his home in Arizona on Friday. “A double album will make mutha—-as mad, because they gotta spend more money â€” plus it’s already a long [double] album. I’m talking about a hip-hop album and a gospel album.
“The same title is gonna be on both albums, but on one album one part [of the title] is gonna be [highlighted],” he clarified, and on “the other album, the other name is gonna be [highlighted].”
The Walk With Me Now portion will be dedicated to straight-up, raw raps, while the latter will feature his non-secular undertaking.
As for the gospel album, X noted that the lyrics will be “without cursing â€” how ’bout that one? No songs about b—-es, no songs about robbing, just straight ‘Give God the glory, ” stated DMX to MTV News.
According to Swizz Beatz in an interview with MTV News, he will be bringing the Ruff Ryders back real major in ’08.
It’s gonna be a lot of Ruff Ryders sh– in ’08. Not taking away from D-Block, not taking away from Bloodline. It’s stamping the brand that started all this sh–. They letting me do whatever I wanna do as the presiden Your browser does not support inline frames or is currently configured not to display inline frames. t [of the company].â€