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DMX didn’t have any kind words for Drake during his sit down with Sway on MTV’s Rapfix yesterday.
When Sway asked DMX’s thoughts about Lil Wayne, he said the skateboarding rapper has a lot talent, but questioned so many others in the game who didn't have that quality. Sway didn’t go for the follow-up question, but X went ahead and filled in the answer for him.
“Drake," he said quickly. "He has talent, but it's kinda redundant, it's kinda the same all the time to me personally. It's an annoying sound.” He added that Drake’s music is similar to a washing machine, relating his sound to a grating noise.
He also touched on Drake’s involvement on Aaliyah’s posthumous album. As of now, it’s unclear if he will helm the project, but the Dog went on to explain that his issues are specifically on why he wasn’t included.
“I'm kinda feelin' some kinda a way about the fact that you been commissioned, that you been blessed, you've been given the opportunity to do the Aaliyah album yet you don't include anybody that she worked with personally.”
Drake’s “Enough Said,” which is supposedly the first single from the project, drew a varied response from critics and diehard fans. There are talks of Timbaland and Missy Elliott being involved in the project. However, Eliott’s manager denies that her artist is participating in Aaliyah’s next album.
Watch the rest of the clip where you can catch DMX's final words on Drake.