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Music Video: Lord Give Me a Sign

Artisit: DMX

  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Release Date: 2006
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 0:00

  • Copyright: DMX

Music Video For Lord Give Me a Sign By Artist DMX

Reviews For Lord Give Me a Sign By Artist DMX

  • Giving Back

    By HeavensAngel313
    This song has a person realizing that everyone needs to believe and have faith in the lord and no matter what you have done in the past the lord will always be by your side. All a person have to do is mention the savior name " JESUS".

    By s-down
    Thank you Sir for giving GOD the glory. May GOD bless you and keep you
  • REAL

    By Blockburnerak
    One of x god given song & video. The lord touch X on this one..!!!!!..
  • Real

    By Crooks5
    Iv always loved X and as a spiritual person, I respect him. U can feel his pain and his sincerity.
  • great song,video and message

    By CVgsmackfan
    I really live this song and it reminds me of the days when I felt like I was going nowhere in my life god really has a plan for all of his children and he can guide you through the pain of life. great message and song from a solid rapper and good actor as well.

    By Young Savage X
  • You gotta get this!

    By kobisdad
    Dark man X brings it on this joint! The song is raw and he kills it like he always do! Mad love to X for doin' this song!!

    By Xzyle
    yea as tha title says its about time they got lord give me a sign, its a good song and good video, definatly buy

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