DMX Growls At Lying Rappers On A Collabo With Rick Ross & Swizz Beatz (Audio)

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At the beginning of this year, DMX left a West Virginia prison after approximately a year behind bars. From there, the onetime superstar continued his campaign tour to celebrate 20 years of debut LP, It’s Dark And Hell Is Hot. He rocked the Twin Cities’ Soundset Festival, and is slated to join the upcoming Three 6 Mafia reunion show.

While Swizz Beatz is still sitting on the X collaboration with JAY-Z, Nas, and Jadakiss, a fresh and high-profile collaboration surfaces. Swizzy produced “Just In Case,” a song about staying prepared for street treachery. Ross, who’s survived a few incidents since becoming a Rap star, begins the collaborator. He says he’s at eight figures and on his way to 10. Swizz tackles the melodic chorus with a choir behind him.

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X reminds Heads that he’s underground and battle-tested. “How many times you been behind the wall? None / You either snitchin’, or lyin’ about the sh*t you done / You ain’t never moved a brick unless you building a house,” he spits. The energy level is high as it marks DMX’s next step in a climb hopefully back to the top of the game. This song appears on The Godfather Of Harlem soundtrack, which is curated by Swizz Beatz.

New songs by Ross and Swizz are presently on the official Ambrosia For Heads playlist.