DMX’s career to be examined in new Tubi documentary ‘DMX: NO BS’
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DMX's career to be examined in new Tubi documentary 'DMX: NO BS'

Influential rapper DMX, known for hits such as ‘X Gon’ Give It To Ya’ and ‘Party Up (Up In Here)’ is the subject of a new documentary, DMX: NO BS, which has just been released on Tubi. 

DMX, real name Earl Simmons, passed away in 2021, aged 50, leaving behind a successful legacy, selling over 74 million records during his career. 

He began his career in the 1990s, releasing his debut album, It’s Dark and Hell Is Hot, in 1998. Simmons became the first artist to have five albums in a row debut on the Billboard 200 chart at number one. 

He previously starred in a reality show, DMX: Soul of a Man, in 2006. Now, the TMZ-produced new documentary will chart the ups and downs of the rapper’s career.

The show synopsis reads, “DMX is one of rap’s most iconic figures, ascending to superstardom after rising from the streets of Yonkers to the top of the music world. Despite his incredible success, a slew of legal and personal problems plagued the life of Earl Simmons.”

“TMZ NO BS: DMX presents the story of one of the most legendary hip hop artists of all time — and the demons that haunted him until his untimely death.”

Watch the trailer below.