Xzibit – Napalm

Xzibit – Napalm
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Napalm is the upcoming seventh studio album by Xzibit, set to be released on October 9, 2012. It is his latest album since 2006’s “Full Circle”.

No new material for a new studio album surfaced until 2009, when he released the song “Hurt Locker”, followed by “Phenom” in early 2010 for his new studio album, then titled MMX (2010 in roman numerals). But since none of the singles made a commercial impact, the album was not released that year, prompting him to change the name to MMXI. The album was renamed Restless 2 in late 2011 and again renamed to its current title after the success of his collaboration “Napalm” with Travis Barker for his mixtape “Let the Drummer Get Wicked”.

Nepalm features Prodigy, Wiz Khalifa, Slim Da Mobster, E-40, David Banner, Game, Crooked I among others. Production side was handled by Dr. Dre, Focus, David Banner, Akon and E. Dan among others.

01. State of Hip-Hop Vs. Xzibit (Prod. By Beat Butcher)
02. Everything (Prod. By Rick Rock)
03. Dos Equise Feat. RBK & The Game
04. Something More Feat. Prodigy
05. Gangsta Gangsta (Prod. By DJ Chill)
06. Forever A G Feat. Wiz Khalifa (Prod. By E. Dan)
07. 1983 Ft. Trena Joiner (Xzibit’s Mom) (Prod. By Insane Wayne)
08. Stand Tall Feat. Slim Da Mobster (Prod. By S1)
09. Spread It Our (Prod. By 21)
10. Up Out The Way Feat. E-40 (Prod. By Rick Rock)
11. Napalm (Prod. By 1500 Or Nothin’) (Drums By Travis Barker, Scratches By Sid (Of Slipknot)
12. Meaning Of Life Feat. Ret Staff Sergeant Shilo Harris (U.S. Army)
13. Louis XIII Feat. King T & Tha Alkaholiks (Prod. By Dr. Dre)
14. Enjoy The Night Feat. David Banner, Wiz Khalifa & Brevi (Prod. By David Banner)
15. Movie Feat. Crooked I, Slim The Mobster & The Game (Prod By Akon)
16. I Came to Kill (Prod. By Illmind)
17. Killer’s Remorse Feat. Bishop Lamont, B-Real & Demrick (Prod. By Focus)

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