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Last July, he appeared on a versus alongside Snoop Dogg, looking well and cheerful and serving as a gentle reminder to the world that he was once the most famous musician on the planet. A series of viral videos of X, real name Earl Simmons, dancing to 1970s soul music would be released over the following several months, showing a more playful side to the growling, lyrically violent image that made him famous. The three-hour odyssey of tales, laughter, and healing that transpired when he was a guest on Noreaga’s Drink Champs episode in February was a testament to this. X seems to have discovered bliss.
DMX’s death was painful for many who grew up loving him (I’d just finished writing a profile in which I interviewed people close to him about his newfound happiness and was devastated by his death), but there was a sense of peace in knowing that he had found happiness in the final chapter of his music career.
This week’s HBO documentary, DMX: Don’t Try To Understand, is a sobering reminder of the issues Simmons had to confront. Director Chris Frierson had unrestricted access to DMX from the moment the rapper was freed from a year-long sentence in prison for tax fraud in 2011.
“I’m interested in personalities and the way the media portrays them,” Frierson said. I believe that DMX’s music has such a tremendous impact on people, and it is unjust that his story has been defined more by the media than by himself or his work. I wanted to find out the truth about Earl, who we had seen on VH1 and TMZ, as well as the lies he said.
Camcorders follow DMX around his childhood neighborhood, capturing his bond with his children and their moms, as well as his drug addiction and the recovery that resulted in his professional resurgence. The 80-minute documentary presents the DMX in its raw form, including the parts we want to avoid.
To be quite honest, there were several moments in the documentary that made me feel bad about myself for having seen them: The fight between DMX and his fiancee, Desiree Lindstrom, in which cameras are peering around corners and Lindstrom begs him to turn his mic off; the rapper cursing about the amount of money the other mothers of his children are receiving from him; and the night DMX’s drug addiction sent him to rehab.
DMX and Desiree Lindstrom are engaged. Throughout the later scene, voice messages and phone calls from friends and family members worried about his well-being were heard. It simply felt intrusive and uncomfortable to be there.
According to Frierson, the following is his rationale for incorporating these unpleasant moments: According to him, “[the documentary] was intended to be the most accurate portrayal of the guy at this time in his life, and to change those aspects does not speak truth to the reality of the situation.” One of the problems with Earl is that he doesn’t take discomfort well, and a lot of hard circumstances aren’t that terrible for him. This is who he is. He didn’t want anything about the endeavour to be sugarcoated. “