DMX was a beloved New York rapper and an icon of hip-hop. He commanded respect from his friends within the trade and was recognized for being a down-to-earth particular person with a realer-than-real character. One among his shut associates and collaborators was fellow New York legend Nas.
DMX and Nas labored collectively on the movie ‘Belly’
DMX and Nas had been good associates for many years, and infrequently collaborated collectively on varied tasks. In 1998, the 2 rappers starred in Stomach, against the law drama written and directed by music video director Hype Williams (his movie directing debut). The film starred DMX, Nas, Technique Man, and TLC singer T-Boz, with DMX and Nas enjoying companions in crime who take care of real-life issues.
Stomach was launched as DMX’s profession took off along with his back-to-back 1998 albums, It’s Darkish and Hell is Scorching and Flesh of My Flesh, Blood of My Blood. Nas and DMX went on to work collectively on various songs from the late ’90s up till DMX’s dying in 2021. DMX’s posthumous album Exodus featured their final tune collectively, “Bath Salts,” with a particular look from fellow New York legend Jay-Z.
DMX made Nas cry on the set of ‘Belly’
Nas mirrored on the dying of DMX and his relationship with the late rapper in an October 2021 interview on Desus & Mero. He particularly recalled the nice recollections he had with him when filming Stomach.
“We formed a brotherhood,” Nas stated of the late rapper. “I didn’t have to see him or he didn’t have to call me, but when we saw each other though, it was that! Even working on the film, we cried.”
“We were at the Tunnel [nightclub] doing a scene and I was like, ‘You feel that, bro?’ He was like, ‘Yeah.’ And he’s crying and now I’m crying,” he remembered. “He was talking with that, ‘Grrr.’ I was like, ‘This man’s energy is something else.’”
DMX was a real particular person
Throughout his life, DMX was recognized for being a down-to-earth one that didn’t abide by the everyday guidelines of celeb. He carried that perspective with big-name music trade gamers like Nas to restaurant employees he crossed paths with.
In 2011, for instance, DMX stopped in at a Waffle Home in Greenville, South Carolina at 4 o’clock within the morning to get some meals after leaving a close-by get together. One of many Waffle Home workers informed TMZ that he was mopping the flooring when he realized DMX had simply walked into the restaurant. He informed the rapper that he was an enormous fan of his, and DMX was so touched that he grabbed the mop from his fingers and completed cleansing the restaurant for him.
“I was in a good mood and felt that I would do that for him since it was 4 a.m. and [the employee] had been working all night,” the rapper stated on the time. “The minute you get too big to mop a floor or wipe a counter, that’s the exact minute you have life f—ed up.”