Rapper DMX has signed a new deal with online gaming firm Bodog Entertainment after getting dumped by Sony Music.
The gravel-voiced rap star has been between labels ever since Sony dropped him earlier this year (07), but he's keen to return to the charts with a vengeance with two complete albums.
Both Walk With Me Now and You'll Fly With Me Later will be released by Bodog in 2008.
In a statement, DMX says, "I'm thankful for the fact that Bodog believes in me. We share the same vision."
Bodog's music division is fast asserting itself as a rap leader - bosses recently scored international distribution rights for the Wu-Tang Clan's comeback album 8 Diagrams.