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Within one week of the album's release, 670,000 units were shipped. Its most popular single, "Party Up", became his first Top Ten hit on the R&B charts. Released October 23, 2001, it was his fourth album to debut at number one on the Billboard 200, featuring the singles "Who We Be", "We Right Here", and "Shorty Was The Bomb".
Despite the album's triple Platinum certification, its commercial and critical success was lower than his previous album.
DMX accused Ja Rule of copying his signature "gruf style".
DMX said that he wanted the feud to end when he was released from jail in 2005: "Gotti came to me in jail and said I want to make peace with you and him.
His 2003 song "X Gon' Give It to Ya" was featured in the 2016 film Deadpool and in its trailers.
On June 28, 2016 DMX released a new song which was produced by Divine Bars which was titled "Blood Red".
He has been featured in films such as Belly, Romeo Must Die, Exit Wounds, Cradle 2 the Grave and Last Hour. In 1991, Gabriel Grevenstuk from The Source magazine praised DMX in his Unsigned Hype column that highlighted unsigned hip-hop artists.
He also appeared on LL Cool J's single "4, 3, 2, 1" in 1997. to Live" and "Take What's Yours", and The LOX's single "Money, Power & Respect" created a strong buzz.
In February 1998, DMX released his debut major-label single, "Get at Me Dog", on Def Jam Recordings. His first major-label album, It's Dark and Hell Is Hot, which included the single "Ruff Ryders Anthem", was released in May 1998.
Ja Rule had previously feuded with Busta Rhymes, Dr.
Dre, Eminem and 50 Cent; all of which had been resolved or faded from significance.