DMX's life was recently honoured during a Celebration Of Life memorial service at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, and the Ruff Ryders were there.
Ruff Ryders members transported his casket to the Barclays Center on a huge monster truck, and you can check out a video of the truck below.
The casket was fiery red, and also features the Ruff Ryders logo. The truck, meanwhile, has the Ruff Ryders logo on it, as well as the words "Long Live DMX" on the side.
DMX's memorial service featured tributes from Nas, the Sunday Service choir, some of DMX's children and more. Swizz Beats also gave a moving tribute to DMX, saying, “We got to learn how to celebrate each other while we’re here."
Swizz Beats was the producer of DMX's huge track Ruff Ryders' Anthem, as well as several others of his tracks. He was accompanied by other Ruff Ryders label members, including The Lox and Drag-On.
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Check out the clip of DMX's casket being transported below, as well as his memorial service. Rest in peace DMX - one of the best to ever do it.
DMX taking his last ride through NYC pic.twitter.com/wIqrApTqDq
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