The New York Post reports that after he was released from prison early on good behavior, DMX made his first stop at Copeland’s Restaurant & Reliable Cafeteria on 145th Street, then the rapper/actor hit a barber shop in Harlem for a haircut. DMX (Earl Simmons) was accompanied by Tamara Conniff, co-executive editor of Billboard. “It’s not real,” Simmons complained of today’s hip-hop scene. “No one is saying anything. It’s not rap, it’s crap. There is no soul. I refuse to conform.”
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