Troubled rapper DMX has bounced back after a seemingly tumultuous year, which included being arrested for driving with an expired license, dropped from Sony Music and having 12 emaciated pitbulls removed from his home in Arizona. The rap star signed a recording contract with online gaming company Bodog Entertainment and plans on releasing two albums, 'Walk With Me Now' and 'You'll Fly With Me Later,' in 2008.

"I'm thankful for the fact that Bodog believes in me," DMX told Billboard. "We share the same vision and the fact that they see in me the same thing I see. I'll show Bodog Music how it's supposed to be done, and we'll get to where we're supposed to be. You got a dog for life."