|Other Tour Dates (5)|
|Sep 2||Kings and Queens Of Hip Hop: DMX & Bone Thugs-N-Harmony||James Brown Arena Augusta, Georgia||Find Tickets|
|Sep 3||Kings And Queens Of Hip Hop||Columbus Civic Center Columbus, Georgia||Find Tickets|
|Sep 10||Kings and Queens of Hip Hop: DMX & Trick Daddy||North Charleston Coliseum and PAC North Charleston, South Carolina||Find Tickets|
|Oct 27||DMX||The Vogue Theater Indianapolis, Indiana||Find Tickets|
|Nov 23||DMX||B.B. King Blues Club and Grill New York, New York||Find Tickets|
DMX became rap's Ruffest Ryder in the late '90s and early '00s with a slew of #1 albums and club banging singles. After being out of the hip hop world for a hot minute; DMX is back with some raw and gritty tour dates.
The Yonkers, New York native first received attention in 1991 from The Source, which did a spot on him in the "Unsigned Hype" column. He made noise in 1997 as a guest on LL Cool J's single "4, 3, 2, 1," and on the Lox's "Money, Power & Respect". He released his major label debut, It's Dark and Hell Is Hot, which landed at #1 in 1998. His sophomore album, Flesh of My Flesh, also hit #1 in 1998 making DMX only the second rapper to have two #1 albums in the same year.
DMX continued the flurry of #1 albums, releasing And Then There Was X (1999), The Great Depression (2001), and Grand Champ (2003). His most recent album, Year of the Dog…Again, narrowly missed the top spot in 2006 when it debuted at #2. When all is said and done, DMX has sold over twenty million records and has provided us with a lifetime of hits.
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