It's easy to understand how DMX became the preeminent street rap star of the late '90s. His style—grimy, passionate and ever-so-slightly unhinged—was the perfect cathartic combination for hardheaded adolescents everywhere. The underground hit "Get at Me Dog" was the world's first taste of this formula, with X rapping at full-frothing intensity and elevating the act of on-record barking to an artform. – Andrew Nosnitsky, Google Play
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