Xzibit Working On Comeback Album

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(CelebNMusic247Xzibit Working On Comeback Album

West Coast hip hop star Xzibit is working on his upcoming album, Napalm.

The album is set to be release in October, just in time for the holiday rush. Napalm will feature collabs with Wiz Khalifa, E-40, Prodigy, Crooked I, The Game, Slim The Mobster and Tha Alkaholiks.

Xzibit tells AllHipHop:

“If you know Hip-Hop, you’re going to love and appreciate Napalm.”

“The tone of the album is a testament to what I’ve been through in the last six years. I’m ready to kick some ass!”

This is the first project in over six years for Xzibit, he adds:

“I believe I have a lot to offer when it comes to the connections I make between my personal life, the state of world events and the music.” 

Xzibit tweeted the producers and features of every track, resulting in the below Track list:

1. State Of Hip-Hop Vs. Xzibit (Prod. By Beat Butcher)
2. Everything (Prod. By Rick Rock)
3. Dos Equise Ft. RBX
4. Something More Ft. Prodigy
5. Gangsta Gangsta (Prod. By DJ Chill)
6. Forever A G Ft. Wiz Khalifa (Prod. By E. Dan)
7. 1983 Ft. Trena Joiner (Xzibit’s Mom) (Prod. By Insane Wayne)
8. Stand Tall Ft. Slim Da Mobster (Prod. By S1)
9. Spread It Out (Prod. By 21)
10. Up Out The Way Ft. 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 Ft. Ret. Staff Sargent Shilo Harris (U.S. Army)
13. Louis XIII Ft. King T & Tha Alkaholiks (Prod. By Dr. Dre)
14. Enjoy The Night Ft. David Banner, Wiz Khalifa & Brevi (Prod. By David Banner)
15. Movie Ft. Crooked I, Slim Da Mobster & Game (Prod. By Akon)
16. I Came To Kill (Prod. By !llmind)
17. Killer’s Remorse Ft. Bishop Lamont, B-Real & Demrick (Prod. By Focus)
18. 1983 StringAcapella

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