Exclusive: DMX Packs His Bags, Ready To Unleash His Bark All Over The World Again
Friday, Jan 24, 2014 4:53PM
New York rapper DMX is ready to make 2014 one of his most memorable years as SOHH has confirmed the platinum-selling hip-hop star will launch an international tour in the coming months.
According to X's representative Domenick Nati, diehard fans can expect him to hit key cities throughout Europe.
"DMX will be overseas for his tour this spring. We are expecting him to perform live in concert in various countries including, England, Germany, Belgium, and Holland. We appreciate the fans support and fans can expect to see X perform an energetic set of his classic hits." ~ Domenick Nati (SOHH)
Prior to Nati's statement, buzz about X packing up for some touring and music-making heated up the Internet.
After a successful five country promo run, DMX is ready to once again bring the legendary hits to the global stage. He is also working on new music and several movie projects for 2014. His initial five country tour was electric. Fans that have been waiting for nearly eight years were on their feet screaming X, we love you! Every show was quickly sold-out, and even his arrival was a huge production. From limos driving on the airport runway to receive him from the plane to twenty car motorcades, it was like something from a Hollywood movie. DMX's passport and child support issues have been cleared and he can be booked worldwide through DMXTour.com. (Press Release)
Earlier this month, footage of X in a pre-show prayer asking for no form of violence or recklessness surrounding his Detroit show surfaced.
DMX asked Jesus for a huge favor right before a recent concert in Detroit ... PLEASE DON'T LET ANYONE GET STABBED OR SHOT!!!! X was doing his customary pre-show prayer with members of his team when he got "real" with his Lord and Savior about their safety in what Forbes calls, "The Most Dangerous City in America." "We pray that there are no fightings, no stabbings, no shootings, no arrests, no drunk drivings, no altercations or incidents whatsoever," X said. Hey, doesn't hurt to ask. For the record, X's prayers were answered that night ... no violent incidents were reported at the show. (TMZ)
Recently, producer Swizz Beatz spoke on the rap veteran making new music and going through legal drama.
"Everything is DMX for me right now," Swizz said on Wednesday (November 13) when he appeared on "RapFix Live." "It's my main focus because it's what started everything. So, if I don't focus on that, then it's just not right." Simply put, the veteran producer is responsible for the lion's share of DMX's biggest hits, including the Grammy-nominated "Party Up (Up in Here)" and "Get It on the Floor." And while Swizz is well aware of his longtime rap brother's mounting legal troubles, the focus is always on the music. "He's been going through a lot of different things but ... he's DMX! He's good; he's in good vibes," Swizz argued. "But wait until y'all hear this music though -- y'all gon' really know how he is. We working hard on that and I can't wait. I can't wait." (MTV)
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