DMX dead at 50 following heart attack

Earl Simmons alias DMX, a legendary American rapper, has died.

His death was announced by his family on Friday in a statement.

He died today at White Plains Hospital after being on life support for a few days, according to the release.

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“Earl was a valiant warrior who fought until the end. We treasure the times we spent with him because he loved his family with all of his heart. Earl’s music influenced countless people all over the world, and his legendary legacy will live on in perpetuity. During this extremely trying time, we appreciate all of the love and support we’ve received “according to the statement He was 50 years old at the time.

DMX’s voice had a distinct rasp to it. His debut album, It’s Dark and Hell Is Hot, went multi-platinum due to his desperate violence in delivering his verses. He then went on to have a series of chart-topping singles, with songs like “Party Up (Up In Here)” among them. His success in music led to roles in films like Belly, Romeo Must Die, and Cradle 2 the Grave.

Earl Simmons was born in Mount Vernon, New York in 1970. He said on the podcast People’s Party with Talib Kweli that he had asthma as a kid, which kept him awake at night. DMX said in his 2003 autobiography, E.A.R.L: The Autobiography of DMX, that his young mother exploited and ignored him. He eventually ended up in a children’s home. He told Kweli when he was 14 that a tutor duped him into smoking crack. He spent the remainder of his life battling opioid addiction.

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