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Fans of hip-hop legend DMX can look forward to two newly announced Funko Pop vinyl figures in the Pop! Rocks series.

Hip Hop legend DMX transformed into Funko Pop! vinyl.

Earl Simmons (December 18, 1970 – April 9, 2021), known professionally as DMX or Dark Man X, was an American rapper, songwriter and actor.

DMX got his start in the music industry in the mid-80s when he started producing and selling his own mixtapes, which helped him build a local fan base all over New York.

In 1991, The Source magazine praised DMX in its Unsigned Hype column highlighting unsigned Hip Hop artists and that same year, Columbia Records signed DMX to its subsidiary label Ruffhouse Records, which released its debut single, “Born Loser”.

In 1998, DMX became known to the general public after the release of his major label debut single, “Get at Me Dog”, from his debut album It’s Dark and Hell Is Hot, which debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 chart in the US and sold more than five million copies. The album also includes the iconic single “Ruff Ryders’ Anthem”.

DMX was the first artist to have an album debut at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 charts five times in a row, and he was the first living Hip Hop artist to have two projects go platinum in the same year. Before his death in April 2021, he released 7 more studio albums on various record labels and sold 74 million records worldwide.

DMX also made it to the big screen, starring in movies such as Belly, Romeo Must Die, Exit Wounds and Cradle 2 the Grave.

Funko honors the Hip Hop legend with a Funko Pop! makeover and with the release of two new DMX Funko Pop! vinyl figures, including a Funko Shop Exclusive.

Pre-order your common Funko Pop! vinyl DMX (Camo) figure at Entertainment Earth.

Click here for the complete collection and guide of Funko Pop! vinyl Rocks figures.

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