American rapper DMX, who appeared on the big screen alongside Jet Li and Steven Seagull, and “X Cone ‘Give It to You” along with the film “Deadpool” passed away this Friday at the age of 50.
The rap world is in mourning. The American DMX died this Friday in his 50s after consuming too much due to a heart attack. A true rap legend with nearly 30 million albums worldwide, the New York artist also appeared on the big screen several times, especially with Jet Li and Steven Siegel.
After being spotted in the urban drama Belle, DMX, whose real name is Earl Simmons, appeared with Jet Li and Alia in the 2000 action film Romeo Must Dive. The next year, he responded to it Steven Seagal In Thriller Horse Limits, some of its pieces illustrate the soundtrack. In 2003, DMX discovered Jet Li during the ND suspension, which saw him play the boss trying to get his hands on black diamonds.
Among the DMX achievements for cinema, its success cannot be attributed in any way X con ‘Give it ya Along with the superhero feature film Deadpool.
TMX, who starred in the 2004 film Never Die Alone, played a man looking for redemption after leading a criminal life, and briefly described himself on the small screen in an episode in New York. 911.
Trailer for “Horse Limits” with Steven Seagal and DMX: