DMX was launched from jail on Friday, and the "Party Up" rapper didn't waste any time hitting the stage over the weekend or giving his first post-prison interview with Big Boy's Neighborhood. The Los Angeles-based radio present's Instagram web page began teasing snippets from the extremely sought-after chat on Tuesday (Jan. 29), which finds X giving his tackle the present state of hip-hop, overcoming habit, protecting his religion by robust occasions, and way more.
The 48-year-old believes that rap in its present kind is being misrepresented by newer acts. "They're all selling drug use. If that’s what you wanna do, that's your enterprise, however you ain't gotta market it prefer it's cool and make it cool. Kids stroll round like, I'm popping molly, I'm popping percs," he explains to Big Boy.
With that stated, X feels that the accountability to information the youth falls on the shoulders of the style's veterans. "Whoever has the flexibility to, first, the perception to see it and the expertise and the flexibility to, you recognize, do the fitting factor," the Yonkers native affirmed. "It's all of our accountability. Whoever can, not simply myself."
The full interview is but to be launched over on BigBoyTV, however try the few clips which have surfaced.