The big guns in music industry have begun to pay tribute to DMX following the news that the rapper has died.
The hip-hop icon died earlier today (April 9) after being hospitalised on April 3 for a heart attack as a result of a reported overdose. He remained in intensive care and on life support.
T.I. shared a clip of DMX’s 1998 song ‘Slippin’’ on Twitter social, captioning it: “Rest In Peace to a cultural icon. There are no words that can mend the loss the hip-hop community felt today.”
From then a lot of other musician all kind of musician paid their tribute to the legend.
My childhood and love for music would not have been the same without this man. DMX was easily my favorite artist growing up. I had every album, every ruff Ryder song, followed any artist he endorsed. Man....RIP the dog. There will never be another like him. pic.twitter.com/2fp2S695Az— Chris Redd (@Reddsaidit) April 9, 2021
We grew up jaming and vibing on Big D’s songs either knowingly or not, his lost is felt deeply in the music industry and he will surely be missed.
RIP to the DOG and condolences to his family.
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