DMX is fresh out of prison and he is not wasting any time when it comes to getting back to work. On Monday, he announced that he will be going to tour to celebrate the 20th anniversary of his debut album “It’s Dark and Hell Is Hot.”
According to Rolling Stone, the tour will kickoff in OKC on March 8th and the 32-date tour will hit other cities such as New York, Philadelphia, Houston, Pheonix and many others before wrapping up on May 7th in Pittsburgh.
The classic album featured some of DMX’s major hits including “Ruff Ryders’ Anthem,” Get At Me Dog,” “It’s Going Down,” and many others. The album’s actual 20th anniversary, was last year. However, DMx’s incarceration delayed the 20-year celebration.
Last month, he was released from prison after serving time for tax evasion charges.
As we previously reported, DMX had multiple offers on the table prior to his release from prison. Some of those deals included movie offers for his very own biopic. His lawyer also mentioned that he had been writing a lot of songs while serving his time. Which means a new DMX album should be on its way soon.
Check out the full list of dates below.