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On Thursday, rapper DMX is set to appear in court for sentencing, after previously pleading guilty to a charge of tax evasion. According to Billboard magazine, documents of Murray Richman, DMX’s lawyer, wanting to pay the rappers music in court was made public Monday. Richman supposedly feels that playing the music for District Judge Jed Rakoff will allow him to “understand him genuinely in his voice.”

Richman says “we are not here or desirous of the molding him into what some may want to see; Earl is uniquely him and that is both his beauty of mind and his genius.” He has also reportedly sent the judge lyrics to DMX’s songs “Slippin” and “The Convo.”

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