But now that he’s matured and has faced his demons, DMX is touching lives.
On the show, he reached out to a wayward young man who was on a dangerous path that could lead to death, prison, or a wasted life. The young man is also given the opportunity to work with the show’s producer to get him on the right path.
The two-part episode includes a performance of the rapper’s hit gospel single, “Keep Ya Head Up,” which will air on Wednesday Nov. 9 at 3 p.m. EST on The CW.
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