DMX passed away at 50 years old and the world mourned a legend. It turns out that he had a swan song prepared as a new track dropped on the day he died.

“X Moves” was released on Friday, April 9th, and it is quite a powerful track. Typical of DMX, he loved spitting fierce rhymes and entertaining millions.

The late rapper teamed up with Bootsy Collins, Asian guitarist Steve Howe, and Deep Purple Drummer Ian Paice for the track too. It has a rap rock feel, but it’s still a DMX song.

The hip-hop world will forever miss DMX. He was gone far too soon, but even after his passing we can still enjoy new work. We’ll have to see how many of these yet-to-be-released treasures we have in the future.

You can check out the track below. RIP.

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