Dax Drops Bloody “Dear God” Visual

Following a rollout that began on September 29, and culminated in a new Tattoo reveal on October 5, Canadian MC Dax released his brand new single and provocative visual “Dear God” on October 10 — a song he hopes will promote healthy dialogue about religion.

The track, as he explains, is simply unanswered questions — and in no way an attempt to turn atheists into believers (à la Kanye West’s “Jesus Walks”).

“As I grew older I drifted away [from church] because I think I was never properly explained why I should be there,” he wrote Instagram.

“I’ve had this ‘Dear God’ idea for a while but could never finish writing it because I didn’t feel I had enough life experiences,” he adds. “Now at 25 I feel ‘somewhat’ ready.”

From beef with Tory Lanez to viral singles and a two-month tour with rapper Tech Nine, Dax is having quite an eventful year. Currently, he’s set to cap off 2019 with his first 23-date headlining tour, kicking-off Friday (October 18) in San Antonio, Texas.

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TAG ARTISTS I SHOULD BRING ON TOUR! BRINGING 1 on WHOLE TOUR AND HAVING 2-5 open in EACH CITY💯 DON’T MISS OUT! DATES BELOW: DAXOFFICIAL.COM/tour for tickets⬇️ – – 10/18 – San Antonio, TX 10/19 – Dallas, TX 10/21 – Houston, TX 10/28 – Atlanta, GA 10/30 – Washington, DC 10/31 – Philadelphia, PA 11/01 – Hartford, CT 11/02 – Asbury Park, NJ 11/03 – New York, NY 11/06 – Worcester, MA 11/07 – Pittsburgh, PA 11/09 – Chicago, IL 11/10 – Minneapolis, MN 11/12 – Iowa City, IA 11/14 – Kansas City, MO 11/15 – Denver, CO 11/16 – Colorado Springs, CO 11/20 – Seattle, WA 11/21 – Portland, OR 11/23 – San Francisco, CA 11/24 – Santa Ana, CA 11/27 – San Diego, CA 11/29 – Los Angeles, CA

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Largely, he managed to keep the same energy he had in his interview with HipHopDX in January of 2019 — and cross a large number items off of the list of goals he made public on his social media.

Though his EP Fuck Love has yet to materialize, he’s maintained a steady momentum.

Stream the visual for Dax’s “Dear God” above.