DMX Joined Bodog Entertainment


DMX
Dropped by Sony Music on early 2007, DMX has joined Bodog Entertainment to released his next albums.


Being released by his records company earlier this year, Sony Music, DMX has signed a deal with Bodog Entertainment. According to the official site of the firm, the rapper will release his new album, "Walk With Me Now" and "You'll Fly With Me Later" with the online gaming company.

Regarding his joining Bodog, DMX released a statement. In it, he expressed his relief by stating, "I'm thankful for the fact that Bodog believes in me, that we share the same vision and the fact that they see in me the same thing I see. I'll show you [Bodog Music] how it's supposed to be done, and we'll get to where we're supposed to be. You got a dog for life."

Further in the site, it was said that for the two albums, the 37-year-old rapper will join forces with Ruff Ryders, the one who help Eve recognized, and with acclaimed producer, Swizz Beatz. Allegedly, he will also go back to his signature sound.

© AceShowbiz.com


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