DMX has faced many trials and tribulations in his life, but the rapper says he doesn't regret any of the decisions he's made so far.

When XXLMag.com recently asked X man if he had any regrets about the choices he made in the past, he replied: “Nothing. I would change nothing.  Everything that I went through and got through, makes me who I am. And I love who I am.”

X also told XXL that despite an original release date of March 27, DMX’s first album in six years, Undisputed, will drop later in the year.

"Undisputed is dropping in the second quarter,” he confirmed.

He also revealed he called on the help of his long time friend and producer, Swizz Beatz, to contribute to the project, adding that he feels like he hasn't lost a beat in the music game.

“I never stopped being at it.  So it's not like I'm back at it," he said. "Every time I go to jail and come home, once a week I got a show.  So I was like, I stay conditioned.”

But DMX admits he hasn't come this far alone. In fact, he credits God for seeing him through the hard times.

“God— He has his hand on my heart," he confessed.  "And I could make a mistake and that's alright.  Not that I would try.  I'm not going to try. You know, I don't wanna say right now. I know I'm protected so I really don't know.”

DMX recently said during an interview with New York Radio Station Power 105.1 that he was done with the "hard stuff," and only drinks liquor and smokes weed these days. He's also set to appear in reality show "Relationship Rehab" alongside estranged wife, Tashera Simmons, reports TMZ.—Chanel Clark