DMX Downplays Beef With Drake, Reveals Details On Gospel Album
DMX says that his beef with Drake "ain't that serious."
DMX recently dropped off his latest album Undisputed, making the media rounds to promote the project. His latest stop was at DJ Whoo Kid's Whoolywood Shuffle show on Shade 45 (via HHNM) and discussed his problems with Drake, stating that despite comments that he would knock him out if he saw him in an elevator, he has no beef with the Young Money rapper.
"I have no… I mean, the nigga ain’t do nothing to me. There ain’t no reason, son. I don’t want to beat him up. It ain’t that serious," he said. Dark Man X also touched on the posthumous Aaliyah album, stating that if Drake doesn't respect Aaliyah's legacy by including Missy Elliott and Timbaland, it would be "fucking disrespectful. "That’s disrespectful. To have access to this lady’s music and lyrics and everything, and then just do what you want to do with it? At least honor her tradition… If that’s what she did, then why wouldn’t you do the same thing?"
X also touched on his upcoming gospel album, stating that while there isn't a release date set in stone, it's pretty much completed. "I’m not going to even put my foot in my mouth. I don’t have a date. But it’s almost done, it’s pretty much done. When it does come out, it will be the right time," he said. "I think I’m going to put all the prayers on there, and I have all new gospel songs. Every album has a gospel song as well, but I may use a few of them, I don’t know. But like I said, I have all new joints. The ‘Angel’ joint is bananas. The joint is so powerful that while I was recording it, I broke down and started crying in the booth."