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After numerous delays, the album was eventually released on September 11, 2012, and featured production from Swizz Beatz and J. He has been seen collaborating with producers Swizz Beatz On January 7, 2015 it was announced by DMX's label Seven Arts Music that DMX would be releasing a new album next week entitled Redemption of the Beast, but later during the day close personal friend and recurring collaborator producer/rapper/entrepreneur Swizz Beatz confirmed that this was false, DMX's management would also confirm it was false as well.
On January 13, 2015, Seven Arts Music released Redemption of the Beast, without acquiring a legal artist contract.
acquired United Music Media Group's music assets (which included a catalog of DMX's music), and signed DMX to a two-album deal.
During a performance at New York's Santos Party House on December 25, 2011, DMX stated that the new album will be entitled Undisputed and would be released on March 26, 2012. In 2013, DMX announced he had begun working on his eighth studio album.
X only had a contract with them for one album & that album already came out a long time ago.
If they wanted to come out with another album, they had to come to the table. Some of the songs are from the Undisputed album & there's three extra songs that he recorded that were not on the Undisputed album that they just put on that album. We don’t even know where he got that picture on the cover from.
His fifth album, Grand Champ, once again debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 charts, placing DMX as the only musical artist in history to release five consecutive albums (his entire album catalog at the time) that debuted at number one.
In February 1998, DMX released his debut major-label single, "Get at Me Dog", on Def Jam Recordings. His first major-label album, It's Dark and Hell Is Hot, which included the single "Ruff Ryders Anthem", was released in May 1998.
A video for a new track entitled "Last Hope" was released via the Internet on September 24, 2011, and was later included on The Weigh In EP released digitally on May 5, 2012.
In late February 2012, Seven Arts Entertainment Inc.
DMX accused Ja Rule of copying his signature "gruf style".
DMX said that he wanted the feud to end when he was released from jail in 2005: "Gotti came to me in jail and said I want to make peace with you and him.
After its release, he informed the public that he planned to retire, and that Grand Champ would be his final album.