As DMX’s streams rise over 900%, fans are still mourning the iconic Yonkers rapper through those who knew him best.
The CEO of Ruff Ryders, Dee Dean, spoke in depth about the life of “Dark Man X’. The hip hop and movie star will be getting a huge send off at the Barclay’s Center on April 24th. On last week’s Tidal charts, DMX took all the top 5 spots for streaming overtaking artists such as Megan Thee Stallion.
Find out more about this legendary rap figure from the head of the company that help bring some of his biggest hits to the world.
The hip hop media were not the only ones to speak with the CEO. FOX 5 NY reporter and Street Soldiers host Lisa Evers spoke to two of DMX’s closest friends: Darrin “Dee” Dean of Ruff Ryders Inc. and Craig Brodhead, DMX’s manager. They talked about what DMX sought to communicate through his music and what he meant to them and the people he knew in the neighborhoods where he lived.