Even though Bronx rapper Drag-On debuted at number five on Billboard with his first album The Opposite of H20 in 2000 (and sold over 500,000 copies) the lyrical Ruff Ryder never seemed to have gotten enough credit for his success.

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Drag-On is back on the mic and in the past year he’s released over 18 promotional freestyles showcasing his distinctive voice and lyrical abilities. Question is, why hasn’t he been more included in projects from The LOX or even DMX? X eluded to this on The Breakfast Club recently, saying that a Ruff Ryder reunion wouldn’t be the same without Drag. Check out the freestyle Drag-On just dropped over Fat Joe‘s “All The Way Up.” Does it keep up with today’s standards?


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Antonio "Ontoneyo" Valenzuela's years of work in the music scene, in Denver, Co, helped build him a reputation as a hard-working, opinionated personality. Ontoneyo's writing work and photography has been featured in Westword (Village Voice), Kush Magazine, Respect the Underground numerous other publications.

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