Pat Gallo Details The Making Of DMX's Unreleased Gospel Album
A new report from Rolling Stone takes a deep dive into the making of DMX’s unreleased 2008 Gospel album, Walk With Me Now and You’ll Fly With Me Later, and reveals several previously unknown anecdotes about the album’s backstory.
The outlet spoke with X’s producer, Pat Gallo, and found that most of the gospel songs were recorded in a single night in 2008. Gallo says X smoked crack in a restroom and returned to tell him to play a beat. He then quickly wrote a song and recorded it in one attempt. From there, X returned to the restroom and kicked off the process again. By the end of the night, he had seven gospel songs recorded.