In a recent exclusive interview with GlobalGrind, DMX revealed that he's recently been appointed a deacon at a church in Yonkers.
Always relying heavily on a higher power, DMX is now working on becoming a man of God.
The Undisputed rapper has boasted reading the Bible from cover to cover, but doesn't quite think he's ready to preach from the pulpit.
GlobalGrind decided to round up a few rappers who became Reverends over the years.
Some rappers became Southern Baptist Pastors while others became messengers of the Islamic Dawah.
Check out all the rappers that turned Reverends below!
Converted: Rev Run became a Penecostal minister when he realized that undeniable success in the music business didn't always equate happiness. After receiving some spiritual advice from Bishop E. Bernard Jordan, Rev Run decided to dedicate his life to the Lord and become a minister.
Converted: MC Hammer has always been a churchgoer. He initially became his music career in a gospel rap group in 1984, but eventually strayed to pursue an ungodly hip-hop career. In 1997, MC Hammer recommitted himself to Christ and became an ordained minster.
Converted: Kurtis Blow was one of hip-hop's pioneers, but even the accolades of being a hip-hop legend couldn't keep him from serving a higher power. In 2004, Kurtis founded his own church and eventually became an ordained minister in 2009.
Loon aka. Amir Junaid Muhadith
Converted: Bad Boy rapper Loon converted to Islam in 2008. Loon changed his birth name, Chauncey Lamont Hawkins, to Amir Junaid Muhadith to become an Islamic ambassador and give the Dawah (preaching of Islam). Loon began traveling all over the world to encourage young people to live fulfilling lives, but was eventually extradited back to the U.S. on old criminal charges brought against him before converting to Islam.
Converted: After bringing the world to Harlem, Bad Boy rapper Mase left rap during the peak of his career to preach in the pulpit. In 2004, Mase decided to leave the pulpit to try his hand at rapping again. He dropped his third album, "Welcome Back," and signed a deal with 50 Cent's G-Unit in 2005. Eventually he was reminded that the rap game wasn't for him and went back under the radar. In 2012, Mase is back rapping and is featured on Miguel's "Adorn" remix, as well as G.O.O.D music's compilation album.