The Loss of DMX and How He Broke the Mold

He deserves his peace and his music will live on forever.

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By Dyanne Brown

On April 9th, after a week of being in a coma, the world was stunned by the loss of Earl Simmons, known as DMX in the rap community. He was 50 years old.




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