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Walk with Me Now[1]
Studio album by DMX
Released Summer 2010
Recorded 2008–2010
Genre Hardcore rap
Label Bloodline Records
Ruff Ryders Entertainment
Producer Swizz Beatz
PK
Dame Grease
The Neptunes
Divine Bars
Elite
Vanguards
Kanye West
Scott Storch
DMX chronology
DMX
(2010)
Walk with Me Now
(2010)
You'll Fly with Me Later
(2010)

Walk with Me Now is the upcoming seventh studio album by rapper DMX. It was set to be released on October 14, 2008, but has since been pushed back to a later date. This is his debut on label, Bodog Music[2] after he left Sony BMG/Columbia Records after differences with his last album, Year of the Dog... Again. During an interview with MTV, Simmons revealed that there will be two albums released on the same day, one being a traditional hip hop album (Walk with Me Now), the other being a gospel album (You'll Fly with Me Later).[3]

On DMX's official Myspace page there is a video titled "DMX: Behind the scenes in the studio" in which there is a track titled "Spit That Shit" and a track that features Bloodline singer Janyce called "Let Me Be Your Angel".[4]

Tentative tracks

  1. "Intro" (produced by Elite) [5]
  2. "Already" (produced by Divine Bars & Diamondkrownz Ent.)[3]
  3. "Spit That Shit" (Produced by Divine Bars) [6]
  4. "Y'all Niggaz" (produced by Vanguards) [7]
  5. "Untitled" (produced by Kanye West)[8]
  6. "Soldier" (Produced by Divine Bars) [9]
  7. "Ya'll Don't Really Know" (produced by Swizz Beatz) [10]
  8. "It Ain't My Fault" (produced by Swizz Beatz) [11]
  9. "Love That Bitch (Produced by Divine Bars)"
  10. "Sleep Till I'm Dead"
  11. "Who In Da Club" (featuring Sean Kingston) (Produced by Scott Storch)[12]
  12. "Bomb Drop" [13]
  13. "The Prayer VII" Template:Citarequeride

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