Snoop Dogg Remembers DMX: ‘He’s Off to a Better Place’ – Billboard

Those 2 canines satisfied at a show, perhaps in 1994, Snoop remembered. Their extremely first words would be immortalized in song, 1997s “Get at Me Dog,” a Top 40 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and one of DMXs signature numbers.
Snoop likewise talked about his own fight club, his gin brand and his upcoming gig as a “Mega Mentor” on NBCs The Voice.
Losing DMX isnt the end of days, Snoop noted. “Legends never pass away, their soul will continue to bless the world and he was a great spirit who constantly looked out for everybody. He always hoped for everybody.”
DMX (real name Earl Simmons) passed away after suffering a cardiac arrest triggered by a drug overdose. The hip-hop star had been on life support and remained in a “vegetative state,” according to his former supervisor Nakia Walker, since the previous Sunday.
Inspect out Snoops interview on Fallon listed below.

When requested his ideas on Snoops Verzus battle with DMX last July, the rapper said their rumble “suggested the world to me.” It offered observers “a chance to see 2 dogs that naturally liked each other, celebrate each other under the name of hip-hop,” he recounted. “We had god in the building with us that night. That makes me feel great about DMXs shift to know that hes off to a much better location and hes finally got his angel wings.”

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