A member of New York's Ruff Ryders collective, Drag-On got his start in the rap
game when he appeared on albums by DMX and DJ Clue, among others. Like his
compadres, he rhymes almost exclusively about the streets: selling dope, getting
faded, murdering haters, etc. In 2000, Drag-On released his first solo album,
Opposite Of H20. Hell And Back followed in 2004.