'DEPRESSION' SURROUNDS NEW DMX ALBUM

The rap star releases his first LP in two years in September - and we've got all the details...

DMX is to release his fourth album, 'THE GREAT DEPRESSION', in September.

Featuring production work from long-term associates Swizz Beatz, as well as Just Blaze, Dame Grease, Black Key and Kidd Kold, 'The Great Depression' is the rapper's first since 1999's 'And Then There Was X'.

DMX took a year off in 2000 to make his big screen acting debut in 'Exit Wounds' with Steven Seagal He also spent 11 days in an upstate New York prison during March for driving offences.

Amongst the guests collaborating on the album are Faith Evans, Mysonne, Drag-On, Mic Geronimo, and Big Stan. 'The Great Depression' will be released in the US on September 25 and a day earlier in the UK.

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