"Get at Me Dog" is the first single by DMX. It's his debut single for Ruff Ryders Entertainment and Def Jam Recordings from his debut album, It's Dark and Hell Is Hot. The single peaked at #39 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the U.S., making it DMX's second highest peak on the chart, behind Party Up (Up in Here).
Song Info 
It features Sheek Louch of The LOX during the chorus, and the instrumental was produced by Dame Grease for Vacant Lot Production/Ruff Ryders Entertainment with an additional production by P.K. 
Originally in the first and third verse DMX was supposed to diss Tupac for saying West Coast hip hop is better than East Coast, but instead dissed K-Solo. The third verse of this song was entirely from a diss of Tupac that he wrote in 1996, except Tupac is not mentioned in this song, as he disses K-Solo. 50 Cent makes a reference to this song in his diss towards Sheek Louch and other names titled "Piggy Bank".
In Popular Culture 
"Get at Me Dog" is also on the playlist of the video game Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories, on the fictional rap radio station The Liberty Jam.
The song samples "Everything Good to You (Ain't Always Good for You)" by B.T. Express.
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