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Album: Greatest Hits with a Twist - Deluxe Edition

Artist: DMX

  • Genre: Hip-Hop
  • Release Date: 2011
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 25

  • Copyright: ℗ 2011 X-Ray / Cleopatra Records

Tracklist For Greatest Hits with a Twist - Deluxe Edition By Artist DMX

Title Artist Time
1
Ruff Ryders' Anthem DMX 3:51 USD 0.99
2
What's My Name? DMX 4:43 USD 0.99
3
Party Up (Up in Here) DMX 4:57 USD 0.99
4
X Gon' Give It to Ya DMX 3:52 USD 0.99
5
What These Bitches Want DMX 4:15 USD 0.99
6
Get It on the Floor DMX 4:55 USD 0.99
7
Where the Hood At DMX 4:53 USD 0.99
8
How's It Goin' Down DMX 4:29 USD 0.99
9
Slippin' DMX 5:15 USD 0.99
10
Lord Give Me a Sign DMX 3:59 USD 0.99
11
Damien DMX 4:05 USD 0.99
12
Stop Being Greedy DMX 4:12 USD 0.99
13
Who We Be DMX 4:57 USD 0.99
14
Where the Hood At DMX 4:54 USD 0.99
15
Ruff Ryders' Anthem DMX 4:08 USD 0.99
16
Party Up (Up In Here) DMX 4:58 USD 0.99
17
X Gon' Give It To Ya DMX 3:52 USD 0.99
18
Where The Hood At DMX 3:54 USD 0.99
19
Ruff Ryders' Anthem (Re-Record DMX 3:58 USD 0.99
20
Party Up (Up In Here) DMX 4:43 USD 0.99
21
X Gon' Give It To Ya DMX 3:58 USD 0.99
22
Get It On the Floor DMX 4:09 USD 0.99
23
X Gon' Give It To Ya DMX 4:17 USD 0.99
24
Lord Give Me A Sign DMX 3:18 USD 0.99
25
What’s My Name? DMX 4:57 USD 0.99

Reviews For Greatest Hits with a Twist - Deluxe Edition By Artist DMX

  • What the...?

    1
    By NickPetron
    First, the nine of the songs are original. The first half is all re-recorded stuff with recreated beats. The second half is just... you can't mix certain things. I'm all for originality and trying new things but you can't take raw aggressive hip hop and make it techno edm type stuff. It just doesn't work.
  • Why

    1
    By The1moose
    These tracks don't even sound like the originals.
  • Why is this on iTunes

    1
    By Stevie Whitlock
    This is very misleading if you are looking for a real DMX album. Don't buy this, 100000% pure garbage.
  • X

    5
    By Xxssppx
    X
  • Cost 7 bucks

    5
    By 8B88BBB88
    I didn't see the greatest hits b4 I bought it but 7 bucks is like McDonald's money duck it . I just wanted stop being greedy the remixes sound gay af
  • noooo

    1
    By pac vs em
    dont waste your cash
  • Nasty

    5
    By kjb455
    This album is great it has the uncensored version of slippin and other great songs plus the remixes are nasty dmx da bomb he real and raw to the bone so if y'all haters can't see that you should just go home
  • Not Original

    2
    By Drakkor18
    These songs are not the originals... It's like their re-recorded with low quality production..... Dont get this CD.
  • D-M-X….W-T-F!!!!

    1
    By BESTCOAST619
    X PLEASE STOP, IF YOU NEED MONEY GET A REALITY SHOW, YOU WAS KILLIN IT IN THE LATE 90'S BUT YOUR TIME TO SHINE HAS DULLED OUT! WHY WITH THE TECHNO REMIXS? WHHHHYYYYY LORD, WHYYYYYYYY! YOU SHOULD CHANGE THIS ALBUM NAME PLEASE BUY MY OLD SONGS I'M BROKE!!!!!!!!
  • DMX Greatest Hits with a Twist

    1
    By The LENARD
    This is Terrible. If you like DMX. Buy his albums. The production on the so-called original tracks is weak. The beats sound like I made them on my casio and put DMX acapellas over them. As for the remixes...it's enough to make DMX lose his mind...up in here...up in here.

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