DMX recently finished writing "E.A.R.L.:
The Autobiography of DMX." Co-authored by veteran music journalist Smokey
D. Fontaine, the 352 page book chronicles DMX's early childhood, how he became
a rapper & his exploits as an international star. "E.A.R.L. is poised
to become the most gut-wrenching story of the hip-hop generation," Fontaine
told AllHipHop.com. The book hits shelves November 5th.
In related news, DMX is in Chicago putting the
final touches on the follow up to 2001's multi-platinum The Great Depression.
The single, "Who We Be," from the album was nominated for two MTV
Video Music Awards, for Best Rap Video and Breakthrough Video. Dark Man X can
also be heard on Jerzee Monet's single, "Most High." X discovered
her while he was on tour.