DMX’s Son Exodus Plays “X Gon’ Give It To Ya” on Piano in Honor of Rapper’s Birthday

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Celebrating what would have been DMX’s 53rd birthday on Monday, December 18, the late and forever legendary rapper continues to leave an indelible mark on the world of hip-hop. His enduring legacy is felt through the music industry collaborations and the enduring love of his family.

To honor the occasion, DMX’s former fiancée, Desiree Lindstrom, shared a heartwarming video featuring their seven-year-old son, Exodus, showcasing his piano skills. The young talent played the opening notes of his father’s iconic hit, “X Gon’ Give It To Ya,” providing fans worldwide with a touching moment on this special day dedicated to celebrating DMX’s cultural contributions.

Looking back on DMX’s career, the rap game recalls moments of collaboration and, at times, contention. Styles P recently reminisced about DMX dissing Ja Rule in his 1998 track, “We Don’t Give A F**k,” shedding light on the longstanding beef between DMX and Ja Rule. Swizz Beatz also shared insights into the creation of the hit song “Party Up,” revealing that DMX initially resisted the track but eventually contributed to what would become one of their most significant collaborations.

Despite occasional controversies, DMX’s impact transcends industry dynamics, as evidenced by the heartwarming vacation footage of Swizz Beatz and his family with some of the late rapper’s children. These moments reflect the camaraderie and bonds formed within the hip-hop community, showcasing the positive experiences shared between DMX’s loved ones and his industry peers.

As hip-hop continues to thrive, DMX remains a celebrated and impactful figure, solidifying his place as one of the genre’s most revered icons. Whether through family connections, industry collaborations, or unforgettable contributions to rap culture, DMX’s influence endures, ensuring that his legacy remains an integral part of the ongoing narrative of hip-hop history.

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