I Miss You (DMX song)

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"I Miss You"
Single by DMX featuring Faith Evans
from the album The Great Depression
Released 2002
Format 12-inch single, Compact Disc
Genre Christian Rap, R&B
Length 4:40
Label Ruff Ryders, Def Jam
Writer(s) Earl Simmons
DMX featuring Faith Evans singles chronology
"Who We Be"
(2001)
"I Miss You"
(2001)
"X Gon' Give It to Ya"
(2001)

"I Miss You" is a song by American hip hop recording artist DMX, released as the third single from his fourth album The Great Depression (2001).. It features R&B singer Faith Evans.

Song Information[edit]

Meaning[edit]

This song is dedicated to DMX's grandmother, Mary Ella Holloway. Faith Evans sings a verse which recites Amazing Grace. The verse from Faith Evans is sang to add to the mood of the song. It is almost to imply that DMX was lost, but found his way in life after realising his potential.

Production[edit]

The song is considered one of DMX's most popular ones, however it is not present on his The Definition of X: The Pick of The Litter greatest hits compilation.

Samples[edit]

The song samples This Masquerade by George Benson.

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