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The troubled rapper has been in an out jail for the past few years and has been desperately trying to turn his life, and fledgling career, around. "I'mma turn myself in," X told TMZ before heading off to jail. "Me and my crew came to the conclusion that that would be best. I like LA. I like to come out here, I like to work, I like to dance so you know I wanted to get that over with because that's one of the first steps in you know in regaining everything I lost."
Provided that he can stay out of trouble with the law, the former Ruff Ryder is said to be working on music for a new album.
"My relationship with god is so much stronger," X said. "He's always had his hand on me. He always guided me. I didn't always go where he wanted me to go. But he always had me. Now that I'm actually listening and being obedient, life is so much better."