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Members
Outlaw Immortalz:
Makaveli (A.K.A. 2Pac) (Tupac Amaru Shakur Born Lesane Parish Crooks, June 16, 1971 in New York City, NY - Died September 13, 1996 in Las Vegas, NV)
Kadafi (A.K.A. Yaki Kadafi, Young Hollywood & Tha Prince) (Born Yafeu Akiyele Fula, October 9, 1977 in Irvington, NJ - Died November 10, 1996 in Irvington, NJ)
E.D.I. (A.K.A. Big Malki, Edi & E.D.I. Mean) (Born Malcolm Greenidge, July 7, 1974 in New York, NY)
Kastro (A.K.A. K-Dogg) (Born Katari Cox, December 21, 1976 in Manhattan, NY)
Napolean (A.K.A. Mutah) (Retired) (Born Mutah Wassin Shabazz Beale, October 11, 1977 in Newark, NJ)
Fatal (A.K.A. Hussein Fatal, Dirty Bruce, Dizza & Fatalveli) (Born Bruce Washington, April 3rd, 1973 in Montclair, NJ)
Storm
Young Noble (Born Rufus Cooper III March 21, 1978 in Rancho Cucamonga, CA)
Big Syke (A.K.A. Moozaliny & Little Psycho) (Born Tyruss Himes in Inglewood, CA)
Mopreme (A.K.A. Komani, Wycked & Mocedes) (Born Maurice Harding, 1969 in South Jamaica, Queens, NY)

Outlawz:
(Backronym: Operating Under Thug Laws As Warriorz)
Outlawz

Young Noble (Born Rufus Cooper III March 21, 1978 in Rancho Cucamonga, CA)
Kadafi (A.K.A. Yaki Kadafi, Young Hollywood & Tha Prince) (Born Yafeu Akiyele Fula, October 9, 1977 in Irvington, NJ - Died November 10, 1996 in Irvington, NJ)
E.D.I. (A.K.A. Big Malki, Edi & E.D.I. Mean) (Born Malcolm Greenidge, July 7, 1974 in New York, NY)
Fatal (A.K.A. Hussein Fatal, Dirty Bruce, Dizza & Fatalveli) (Born Bruce Washington, April 3rd, 1973 in Montclair, NJ)
Kastro (A.K.A. K-Dogg) (Went Solo) (Born Katari Cox, December 21, 1976 in Manhattan, NY)
Napolean (A.K.A. Mutah) (Retired) (Born Mutah Wassin Shabazz Beale, October 11, 1977 in Newark, NJ)
Stormey (Joined in 2005) (Born Sean Coleman in Chicago, IL)

Thug Life:
(Backronym: The Hate U Give Little Infants Fucks Everybody)
Thug Life
2Pac (A.K.A. Makaveli) (Tupac Amaru Shakur Born Lesane Parish Crooks, June 16, 1971 in New York City, NY - Died September 13, 1996 in Las Vegas, NV)
Big Syke (A.K.A. Moozaliny & Little Psycho) (Born Tyruss Himes in Inglewood, CA)
Mopreme (A.K.A. Komani, Wycked & Mocedes) (Born Maurice Harding, 1969 in South Jamaica, Queens, NY)
Rated R
Macadoshis

Young Thugz:
Kadafi (A.K.A. Yaki Kadafi, Young Hollywood & Tha Prince) (Born Yafeu Akiyele Fula, October 9, 1977 in Irvington, NJ - Died November 10, 1996 in Irvington, NJ)
E.D.I. (A.K.A. Big Malki, Edi & E.D.I. Mean) (Born Malcolm Greenidge, July 7, 1974 in New York, NY)

Thoro Headz:
Kadafi (A.K.A. Yaki Kadafi, Young Hollywood & Tha Prince) (Born Yafeu Akiyele Fula, October 9, 1977 in Irvington, NJ - Died November 10, 1996 in Irvington, NJ)
E.D.I. (A.K.A. Big Malki, Edi & E.D.I. Mean) (Born Malcolm Greenidge, July 7, 1974 in New York, NY)
Kastro (A.K.A. K-Dogg) (Born Katari Cox, December 21, 1976 in Manhattan, NY)

Dramacydal:
Kadafi (A.K.A. Yaki Kadafi, Young Hollywood & Tha Prince) (Born Yafeu Akiyele Fula, October 9, 1977 in Irvington, NJ - Died November 10, 1996 in Irvington, NJ)
E.D.I. (A.K.A. Big Malki, Edi & E.D.I. Mean) (Born Malcolm Greenidge, July 7, 1974 in New York, NY)
Kastro (A.K.A. K-Dogg) (Born Katari Cox, December 21, 1976 in Manhattan, NY)
Napolean (A.K.A. Mutah) (Retired) (Born Mutah Wassin Shabazz Beale, October 11, 1977 in Newark, NJ)

Blood Brothers:
Kastro & Edi

E.D.I. (A.K.A. Big Malki, Edi & E.D.I. Mean) (Born Malcolm Greenidge, July 7, 1974 in New York, NY)
Kastro (A.K.A. K-Dogg) (Born Katari Cox, December 21, 1976 in Manhattan, NY)

The Bonapartz:
Napolean (A.K.A. Mutah) (Retired) (Born Mutah Wassin Shabazz Beale, October 11, 1977 in Newark, NJ)
Hellraza (A.K.A. Kamillion & MuszaMil) (Born Kamil Beale)
Akwylah
Yayo

See Also: 2Pac, The Régime, Gonzoe, Hellraza, Jerzey Mob, Boot Camp Clik, dead prez, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, JT The Bigga Figga & Nutt-So

Albums
2Pac + Outlawz - Still I Rise
Outlawz - Ride Wit' Us Or Collide Wit' Us
Outlawz - Novakane
Outlawz - Neva Surrenda: The Rap-A-Lot Sessions
Outlawz - Outlaw 4 Life: 2005 A.P.
dead prez & Outlawz - Can't Sell Dope Forever
Outlawz - Retribution: The Lost Album...10 Years Later
Outlawz - We Want In: The Street L.P.
Outlawz - The Lost Songs Volume One
Outlawz - The Lost Songs Volume Two
Outlawz - The Lost Songs Volume Three
Outlawz - Killuminati 2K11 (Retail)
Outlawz - Perfect Timing
Thug Life - Volume 1
Thug Law Chapter 1
Thug Law Chapter 2
Big Syke - Be Yo' Self
Big Syke - Big Syke Daddy
Big Syke - Street Commando
Big Syke
8Ball & E.D.I. - Doin' It Big
Fatal - In The Line Of Fire
Fatal
Kastro And E.D.I. - Blood Brothers
Macadoshis - Tha Come Up
Assassin & Mopreme Shakur Present Black & Brown Pride
Napoleon - Have Mercy
Napoleon Presents Loyalty Over Money
Nutt-So & Hussein Fatal - Outkasted Outlawz
Presidential - The First Real Family
Young Noble & JT The Bigga Figga Present Street Warz: The Untold Story Chapter 1
Mob Tales: The Story Continues...
Young Noble - Noble Justice
Young Noble - Noble Justice: The Lost Songs
Young Noble & E.D.I. - Against All Oddz
Layzie Bone & Young Noble - Thug Brothers
Young Noble & Hussein Fatal - Thug In, Thug Out

Mixtapes
Outlawz
Outlawz - Mix Collaboration CD Vol. 1
Outlawz & DJ Warrior - Outlaw Warriorz
Outlawz - Retribution
Outlawz - New World Order
Outlawz - Can't Turn Back Mixtape
Outlawz - Killuminati 2K11
Thug Life - The Demo Tape
Dramacydal - Revenge Iz Sweet
Big Syke - Reincarnated Volume 1
The Bonapartz - Napoleon Presents The Bonapartz
Hussein Fatal - Made Nigga: Fatalveli Volume 1
Hussein Fatal - Section 8: Hustlin' In Front Of Housing The Mixtape Volume 1
Hussein Fatal - Trouble
Hussein Fatal & Jesse James - Workin' The Clock
Jerzey Mob Mix Tape Vol. 1
Kadafi - Son Rize Vol. 1: The Mixtape
Mopreme Shakur - Status Records Mixtape
Mopreme Shakur - Evolution Of A Thug Life N.I.G.G.A. Vol. 1.1 (Mixtape)
Mopreme Shakur - Evolution Of A Thug Life N.I.G.G.A. Vol. 1.2 (Mixtape)
Young Noble - Soldier 2 General
Young Noble - Outlaw Rydahz Vol. 1

Big Syke

Singles
Thug Life - Pour Out A Little Liquor (Single)
2Pac + Outlawz - Baby, Don't Cry (Keep Ya Head Up II) (Single)
Outlawz - Tupac Back (G-Mix) (Single)
DJ Kayslay ft Outlawz & Lil' Cease - Bury Tha Hatchet (Single)

Fatal

DVDs
Outlawz - Worldwide (DVD)

Also Featured On...
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P R S T U V W Y

Young Noble

A
Above The Rim
Assassin Hitworks (Rated R)
Assassin Presents Born And Raised In The Bay (Thug Life)

B
Bad Azz - Word On Tha Streets
Bad Boys (Dramacydal)
Belo - The Truth (Outlawz)
Benzino - The Benzino Project
Best Of The West Vol. 6 (Macadoshis)
Beware Of Those
Big Lurch - The Big Lurch Mixtape
Bigg Steele - Size Duz Matter (Big Syke)
Bishop Lamont - The Layover (Mopreme Shakur)
Black And White
Bosko - Production Reel (Greatest Hits)
Bosko - E-40 Presents Super Producer Bosko: That Fire

C
Caz - Hood Hitz 2004 (Napoleon)
C-Bo - 'Til My Casket Drops
C-Bo - Life As A Rider
C-Bo - Money To Burn (E.D.I. & Young Noble)
C-Bo - Cali Connection
Chronic 2000: Still Smokin'
Coolio - Gangsta's Paradise (Rated R)
Coolio's Crowbar Records Presents... (Rated R)
Corporate Thuggin'
Cream (Big Syke & Mopreme)

D
Da Sak Is Fatt Vol #1 (Big Syke)
Daz Dillinger - Retaliation, Revenge, And Get Back
Daz Dillinger - Who Ride Wit' Us: The Compalation Vol. 2 (E.D.I. & Storm)
Daz Dillinger - Gangsta Party (Young Noble & Hussien Fatal)
Death Row Greatest Hits
Death Row Stories (Big Syke)
Death Row Uncut (DVD)
Death Row Records Unreleased Hits Vol. 1
Death Row Unreleased Hits Vol. 2
DJ Age Presents Death Row Unreleased And Unleashed
DJ 1 Mic - Death Row: This Is It (The Definitive Collection)
DJ Quik - The Red Tape: Volume 1 (Kadafi & Fatal)
DJ Quik - The Trauma Mixtape Version 2 (Big Syke)
DJ Smallz - The Best Thing Smokin' 8...Trick Or Treat Edition
DJ Total Presents Death Row Untouchable Radio
D.P.G. - The Last Of Tha Pound
D.P.G. - Unreleased Collection Vol. 10
Do Or Die - Victory
Dorasel - Unleash The Beast

E
Eastwood - Loyalty Or Nothing Mixtape (Macadoshis)
Eminem - Get The Guns

F
Imaan Faith - Let The Truth Be Known (Mopreme Shakur & Big Syke)
5 Footaz - Lifetime
40 Glocc - Seedz Of Makaveli
From The Vaults Of Death Row

G
The Game - Live From Compton (Young Noble)
The Game - Untold Story (Young Noble)
The Game - G.A.M.E. (Young Noble)
Gang Tapes (E.D.I. & Young Noble)
Gang Related
Geto Boys - Da Good Da Bad & Da Ugly
Gorilla Pimpin'
The Grant Rice Empire (Gonzoe)
Gridlock'd (Storm)
Grimey Volume 1 (Big Syke)
Guru - Baldhead Slick & Da Click (Fatal)

H
Held Up (Rated R)
Hellraza - Hell Razed Us
Heltah Skeltah - Magnum Force
Herm - Back In Stride Again
Hi-Tek - Hi-Teknologył
How To Be A Player (Fatal)

I
In Da Streets/WCRydaz Mixtape Vol. 1 (Rated R)
Inside Death Row: The Best Of...And More
Izrealz - The Re-Up (Young Noble)

J
Ja Rule - Blood In My Eye (Hussein Fatal)
JT The Bigga Figga & Tha Gamblaz - Know About It (Rated R)

K
Kamikaze - Black Jesus
Kaos Brought - The Shaw (Part 2) (Single) (Big Syke)
Killa Tay - Snake Eyes (E.D.I.)

L
The Lady Of Rage - Necessary Roughness (E.D.I.)
Law-N-Orda - Ground Zero
Layzie Bone And Bizzy Bone - Bone Brothers
Layzie Bone - It's Not A Game
Layzie Bone - Cleveland (Young Noble)
Little Bruce - Give It To Me Baby

M
Mac Mall Presents The Mallennium (Mopreme)
Mac Mall - Immaculate (Fatal)
Major Work
Makaveli - The Don Killuminati: The 3 Day Theory (Demo Version 2)
Makaveli - The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory World
Makaveli - Hail Mary (Single)
Makaveli - Toss It Up b/w Hail Mary (Single)
MC Eiht - Underground Hero
MC Hammer - 2Tight (Storm)
Messy Marv Presents Slangin' At The Corner Store (Young Noble)
Mob House 2: Mob-A-Lennium
Mob Tales
Mobb Status Presents...Da Collections
Money B - Talkin' Dirty (E.D.I.)
Money B - 4 Tha Funk Of It (E.D.I.)
Money B - Mandatory Vol. 1 (Noble)
Monica - All Eyez On Me (Fatal)
MuszaMil - Reparation Is Due (Napoleon)

N
Nate Dogg - G-Funk Classics Vol. 1 & 2 (Big Syke)
The New West World Order Vol. 1 (Macadoshis)
The New West World Order Vol. Four (Noble)
Nutt-So - Bad Santa EP

O
O.F.T.B. - The Missing D.R. Files
O.F.T.B. - Operation From The Bottom
Ol' Dirty Bastard - The Trials & Tribulations Of Russell Jones (Big Syke)
Ol' Dirty Bastard - Dog Food (Big Syke)
On The Grind (Outlawz & Mopreme Shakur)
One Million Strong (Dramacydal)
The Outlaws Of Comedy

P
Palm Trees & Gangstas Vol. 1 (Outlawz)
Paper & Hate: The Conflict (E.D.I. & Napoleon)
Papoose - Fourth Quarter Assassin: Holiday Hitman (Fatal Hussein)
Phuck U Symphony Volume I: Muthafuckah!!! (Thug Radio Mixtape)
Phuck U Symphony II: Fuck Song (Thug Radio Mixtape) (Big Syke)
Power Moves (Napoleon & Young Noble)

Q
Q.B. 2 Compton Starring Nas & The Game (Young Noble)

R
Rappin' 4-Tay - Introduction To Mackin'
Ray Luv - Forever Hustlin' (Thug Life)
Ray Luv - A Prince In Exile
Tha Realest - Witness Tha Realest (E.D.I.)
Kyle Rifkin - Hell Up In Harlem (Mopreme)
Roscoe - Spittin' Fire

S
Scarface - The Last Of A Dying Breed (Young Noble)
Scoob Nitty & Kreep Present...Double Jeopardy
Sean T - Can I Shine?
September 7th - Western Hospitality (Young Noble)
September 7th - Western Hospitality 4 (Mopreme)
Sounds Of Tha Row (Outlawz)
Spice 1 - The Black Bossalini (A.K.A. Dr. Bomb From The Bay) (Big Syke)
Spice 1 - The Last Dance
Spice 1 Presents The Playa Rich Project
Spice 1 Presents The Playa Rich Project 2
Spice 1 - Spiceberg Slim
Spider Loc Presents: Bangadoshish (Big Syke)
Fredro Starr - Firestarr

T
Taje - Hot Box 2: The Second Hit (Mopreme)
Thug Angel: Life Of An Outlaw
Thug Lifestyles
Thug Radio Mixtape 18: Raw Shit (Young Noble & E.D.I.)
Thug Radio Mixtape 19: Gonna Make A Change (E.D.I.)
Thug Radio Mixtape 20: Real Shit
Tony! Toni! Toné! - The Revival (Mopreme)
Tony! Toni! Toné! - Hits (Mopreme)
Tray Deee - The General's List
Tru Life - Ghetto Inmates (Young Noble & Napoleon)
2Pac - Troublesome (Mopreme (Wycked))
2Pac - Strictly 4 My N.I.G.G.A.Z... (Mopreme (Wycked))
2Pac - Papa'z Song (Single) (Thug Life)
2Pac - Dear Mama (Single) (Thug Life)
2Pac - Me Against The World (Dramacydal)
2Pac - Me Against The World (Single) (Dramacydal)
2Pac - All Eyez On Me
2Pac - How Do U Want It (Single)
2Pac - Hit 'Em Up (Single)
2Pac - R U Still Down? (Remember Me) (Big Syke & Dramacydal)
2Pac & The Notorious B.I.G. - Runnin' (Single) (Dramacydal)
2Pac - Happy Home (Single)
2Pac - Greatest Hits
2Pac - 7 Dayz In Vegas: 2Pac LIVEs
2Pac - The Best Of 2Pac (DVD)
Tupac - The Rose That Grew From Concrete
2Pac - Until The End Of Time
2Pac - Breathin' (Vinyl Single)
2Pac - They Don't Give A Fuck About Us (Single)
2Pac - Better Dayz
Makaveli & Dillinger - Don't Go To Sleep
2Pac - Nu-Mixx Klazzics
Tupac Resurrection
2Pac - Live
2Pac - Loyal To The Game
2Pac - Loyal To The Game (Bonus Tracks Promo) (Big Syke & E.D.I.)
2Pac - The O.G. Project
Tupac - The Rose Vol. 2
2Pac - The A Cappella Archive
2Pac - 2Pac 4 Ever
2Pac - The Way He Wanted It
2Pac - Rare & Unreleased
2Pac - Pac's Life
2Pac - The Way He Wanted It Book 2
2Pac - The Way He Wanted Vol. 3 (Macadoshis & Rated R)
2Pac - Nu-Mixx Klazzics Vol. 2 (Evolution: Duets And Remixes)
2Pac - Pen & Paper
Tupac: Assassination: Conspiracy Or Revenge (DVD) (Napolean)
2Pac - Out On Bail Demo
Tupac Amaru Shakur - Legend: 40 Years And Still Ballin'
2Pac - Outlaw Immortal
20 To Life: Rare And Dangerous Volume 1 (Storm)
21 Gun Salute

U
The Ultimate Death Row Collection

V
Vital Dre - Mix

W
We From The L.B.C. (Napoleon)
Westside Riderz Vol. 1
Willie D - Loved By Few, Hated By Many
Willie D - Unbreakable
Won-G - The Royal Impression

Y
Young Noble & Hussein Fatal - Thug In, Thug Out (E.D.I., Kastro & Big Syke)
Yukmouth - Thugged Out: The Albulation
Yukmouth - Thug Lord: The New Testament
Yukmouth/Gamblaz - Block Shit
Yukmouth - United Ghettos Of America
Yukmouth - Godzilla (Fatal)
Yukmouth - United Ghettos Of America Vol. 2 (Noble)
Yukmouth - Half Baked (Young Noble)

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Outlawz

Thug Life

Outlawz' Bio From AllMusic.Com
West Coast rap group known primarily for their affiliation with 2Pac. It was on 2Pac's Makaveli album that Outlawz first came to the greater rap community's notice, appearing on a few songs. In 1999 they were co-billed on the posthumous 2Pac album Still I Rise, granting them even more recognition and furthering their short-lived affiliation. It wasn't until late 2000, though, that they finally got the go-ahead to release their debut album, Ride Wit Us Or Collide Wit Us. Featuring a cover that placed 2Pac's image in the foreground, along with numerous references to the deceased legend, this debut made the most of Outlawz' reputation for being 2Pac's supposed protégés. Unfortunately, the album didn't prove to be much of a success, and neither did the group's follow-up album a year later, Novakane, also released on the group's Outlaw Recordz label (distributed by Koch). While the group no doubt retained 2Pac's West Coast thug/gangsta style, they unfortunately were fairly average rappers in terms of skills and too often fell back on their 2Pac affiliation and far too often descended into generic thug motifs. And it didn't help that they weren't aligned with any of the West Coast's better producers. In fact, Outlawz weren't really aligned with anyone on the West Coast — not Snoop Dogg and his Dogghouse clique, nor the Bay Area scene centered around E-40 and Spice 1. Member Young Noble collaborated with Layzie Bone in 2006 for the album Thug Brothers, released by the Real Talk label. The label also released the Outlawz album Against All Oddz later that same year. — Jason Birchmeier

Thug Life's Bio From AllMusic.Com
Led by the late Tupac Shakur, the rap crew Thug Life also featured Big Syke, Macadoshis, Mopreme (Shakur's half-brother Komani) and the Rated R; the group's lone album, Volume 1, appeared on Interscope in 1995. — Jason Ankeny

Big Syke's Bio From All Music Guide
Originally forming the rap crew Evil Mind Gangstas in 1990, Big Syke has been waiting a long time to debut his first solo album. His name came from the childhood moniker "Little Psycho," given to him at a very young age. Now that he isn't so little, Big Syke is a more fitting remix of his younger alias. Syke met Tupac Shakur in 1992 and quickly became one of his main touring partners and friends. This probably has a lot to do with why he's chosen such a late release of his own work. His first album is entitled Big Syke Daddy from late 2001.(Big Syke Daddy is actually Syke's second album Be Yo Self was released in 1996 - D) — Brad Mills

Fatal's Bio From Wikipedia
Hussein Fatal (also known as Dirty Bruce, Dizza and Fatalveli, after Tupac Shakur's Makaveli alias), born Bruce Washington on April 3rd, 1973 in Montclair, NJ, is an African-American rapper. Washington sometimes reverses his name, going by Fatal Hussein.

As a young rapper Fatal looked up to legendary KRS-One and MC Shan, honing his skills and donning the name Fatal. Entering local underground rap battles, he developed a reputation around New Jersey as a hot up and coming rapper and battler. At the same time, he was earning another reputation on the streets, dealing cocaine for a living between 1987 and 1989. Fatal was arrested a total of twenty four times as a minor, charged with various crimes including assault, robbery, drug trafficking, possession of narcotics, illegal firearms and trespassing. As an adult, he has been arrested at least twenty-five more times.

Fatal went to high school with Yafeu A. Fula later known as Yaki Kadafi, Godbrother of famous rapper 2Pac; in 1995, when 2Pac was incarcerated in the Clinton Correctional Facility, Kadafi asked Washington to accompany him on a visit to the prison. Bruce thought Kadafi was playing a joke on him, and declined. Later, Kadafi's mother mentioned the friendship between her son and Shakur, and Washington reconsidered. Fatal visited 2Pac on regular basis 2Pac promised Fatal that when he gets released from jail he would be working with him and will be part of his crew. At that time Fatal did not belive 2Pac, but when 2Pac was released after 9 months in jail Fatal was called up by 2Pac and the first track they recorded was "All About You," which was released on All Eyez On Me album.

He was inducted into 2Pac's group The Outlawz, and Shakur gave him his alias, based on the name of the late Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein. He appeared on various Outlawz projects (including infamous diss song "Hit 'Em Up") the All Eyez On Me album & other 2Pac projects. over the next year. Though he and 2Pac became good friends, they had a rocky relationship; Shakur rumoredly sent him back to New Jersey numerous times for acting out-of-line. An oft-cited example is when Fatal apparently borrowed Shakur's Land Cruiser without permission and crashed it. Eventually, Fatal apologized for his actions and calmed down; shortly after, he left California for a court date. The next day, Shakur was assassinated. 2 months later, Kadafi was killed as well. Hussein went in a downward spiral, quitting the Outlawz and quit rapping for a short period.

He resorted to crime; eventually he started up again, appearing on Cormega's shelved Def Jam debut album, The Testament. He signed with Relativity Records, releasing his first album, In The Line Of Fire in 1998, which didn't do too well. He left Relativity and signed with Rap-A-Lot Records, and began recording for a second album; in 1999, before its completion, he was arrested for assault and jailed.

He was released in 2001 to a halfway house, then got out on parole in 2002. The next year he alligned himself with Ja Rule, just in time for the escalation of the beef between Ja and Aftermath Entertainment/G-Unit/Shady Records. Fatal was featured on 4 tracks on Ja Rule's album Blood In My Eye, two of which were diss tracks towards 50 Cent and G-Unit. There were rumors that Hussein Fatal had signed to The Inc. Records, but the rumors were not true.

Hussein Fatal has launched his own New Jersey independent record label Thugtertainment.

He has currently released his mixtape entitled Section 8: Hustlin' In Front Of Housing The Mixtape Volume 1 and features on three tracks on the new 2Pac album, Pac's Life. He has released a collaboration album titled Thug In, Thug Out with Young Noble of The Outlawz. He is also set to release a solo album titled Born Legendary, which was due to drop in 2007, but was delayed. The album is now scheduled to released before August 2008, which has been confirmed by Thugtertainment.net. The first single to be released for the album will feature rapper Jim Jones and should be released June of 2008. Fatal has also starred in movie titled Cash Rules which should be released in 2008

Napoleon's Bio From Wikipedia
Mutah Wassin Shabazz Beale (born in Newark, New Jersey on October 11, 1977) is a former rapper more commonly known as Napoleon.

He was born to Muslim parents, his mother Aquillah Beale (Puerto Rican) and his father Salek Beale (African American). When he was three years old his parents were murdered, in front of him and his two brothers, by family friends who were members of the Nation of Islam. His brother, Seike Beale, committed suicide.

After this, he along with his big brother, Moonie Beale, and his little brother, Kamil "Kamillion/Hellraza/Muszamil" Beale, moved in with their grandparents in Irvington, New Jersey. In 1994, he ran into his childhood friend Yafeu "Kadafi" Fula who he hadn't had contact with for years. Both of them were rapping and Kadafi's godbrother was the rapper Tupac Amaru Shakur. Kadafi's mother, Yaasmyn Fula, told Tupac about Mutah. She told him how he witnessed his parents being murdered and it made him cry. He felt he had to meet Mutah. They met and Mutah joined their group, Dramacydal. Unlike the other members he didn't go under an alias, he just went under his first name.

On April 5, 1995, Tupac's LP, Me Against The World, was released (which sold 2 millions copies) Mutah guest appeared on the song "Outlaw." In 1995, Napoleon, Hussein, Kadafi, Kastro, E.D.I. and Makaveli (Tupac) formed the group the Outlaw Immortalz; later renamed to the Outlawz. Tupac gave each member of the group an alias taken from an enemy of America or so called tyrants and he gave Mutah the alias Napoleon after French emperor Napoleon Bonaparte. On February 13, 1996, Tupac's double LP All Eyez On Me was released selling 4 million copies in the U.S. Napoleon guest appeared on "Tradin' War Stories", "When We Ride", "Thug Passion", and "Run Tha Streetz."

On September 7, 1996, Tupac was shot four times in a drive-by-shooting in Las Vegas, Nevada. He was taken to University Medical Center where he died a week later. Napoleon and the rest of the Outlawz moved back to New Jersey. On November 5, Tupac's LP, The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory, was released. Napoleon guest appeared on the song "Life Of An Outlaw."

In March 1997, Napoleon and the rest of the Outlawz with the exception of Hussein Fatal, moved back to California and signed with Death Row Records. They did this despite the fact that Tupac had several times told them not to. On December 21, 1999, the Outlawz's debut LP, Still I Rise, was finally released selling a million records. Napoleon and the rest of the Outlawz besides Hussein Fatal formed Outlaw Recordz and released their second and third LPs, Ride Wit' Us Or Collide Wit' Us and Novakane, on November 7, 2000 and November 6, 2001. One of the first artists who signed with Outlaw Recordz was Napoleon's brother Hellraza. Napoleon made his acting debut in Thug Life which also starred The Lady Of Rage and Willie D.

Napoleon's solo debut album, Have Mercy, was due out 2005. It features Jon B and other artist. He had a minor hit called "Never Forget" featuring Val Young and Johnny J. Johnny J produced the song as well. It has been completed but will not be released, and Napoleon has completely retired from music due to its im-permissibility in the religion of Islam, as Napoleon has said so himself. He lived in Abu Dhabi for three or four months while requesting permanent residency in Saudi Arabia. He is now back in the United States.

In July 2006, Napoleon visited Sydney, Australia to give a talk to the Muslim youth who were being influenced by "gangsta culture" (which had resulted in the killing of two young Muslim men) and advise them against it. His background as a mainstream, successful rapper and his friendship/affiliation with Tupac Shakur, the rapper idolized most by the Sydney youth, ensured that his words had a lot of impact on them.

In November 2006 he also visited London to give similar talks in East London he had visited stepney green school to give a speech to the students. During this tour he also visited the Pakistan Community Center in Derby to give a talk about his life and gangsta culture. Also in 2006 he visited Sheffield for similar talks to the Muslim youth.

In 2007, he gave a talk in his hometown of Newark, New Jersey for the very first time at Rutgers-Newark. He also toured other parts of his home state and gave talks.

The most recent talks he has given were in Luton, England, at the Dallow Community Centre on 27 April 2007 and the turnout was excellent given the lack of space in the facility. The visit was partly because of the recent violence between the Muslim youth in the town which led to a murder of a young man. It was recorded during his talk in Luton, the Shahadah (conversion to Islam) of three individuals (two males and one female) and he received great respect from the residents of Luton for his visit. The influence of Napoleon on the youth of the town was astonishing and the positive feedback from the elders of the community suggested this.

Napoleon is the father of two sons, Salek and Muhammad.

Mopreme's Bio From Wikipedia
Mopreme Shakur, (born 1969 in New York as Maurice Harding) originally known as Wycked, is a West Coast rapper. He is the older step-brother of slain rapper Tupac Shakur and son of Mutulu Shakur. In 1982, while Maurice was still a pre-teen, his father Mutulu became a fugitive wanted by the FBI, charged in part with having aided Maurice's aunt, Assata Shakur, to escape from prison in New Jersey, where she had been incarcerated for the murder and wounding of two state troopers. As a result, Mutulu was imprisoned in 1986 after spending four years at large on the FBI's Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list.

Mopreme's first appearance on wax, under the alias Mocedes, was on Tony Toni Toné's hit single "Feel's Good" in the year 1990. His first collaboration with his brother was on the single and video "Papaz Song", from the 1993 album Strictly 4 My N.I.G.G.A.Z. He was an original member of both his Thug Life group, as well as a premier member of Outlawz. Mopreme dropped out of the group, but contrary to rumors, was never signed to Death Row Records; he also claimed that Suge Knight prevented him from seeing his brother. He can be seen being interviewed in the documentary Biggie & Tupac. At the moment, Mopreme Shakur is signed to New Jersey based Hip-Hop label Mob Life Records. His album Heart Of A Soulja was originally to be released in October of 2006, yet remains unreleased.

E.D.I., Napoleon & Hellraza, Young Noble & Kastro

Comments: Operating Under Thug Lawz Az Warriorz. Outlaw Immortalz started out as 2Pac's backup group. They were made up of members from Thug Life and Dramacydal (who later became Outlawz) with a few extra cats thrown in. Tha Outlawz made their debut as Tha Outlawz Immortalz on 2Pac's All Eyez On Me. Dramacydal later dropped the immortal after the untimely deaths of 2Pac and Yaki Kadafi and moved on as Outlawz without the members of Thug Life. The group continues to shrink. After Pac past they had beef with Death Row and were signed with Rap-A-Lot, but now they're their own bosses on Outlaw Records.
Outlaw Immortalz consists of Makaveli Tha Don Killuminati (Niccolo Machiavelli) (R.I.P.), Kadafi A.K.A. Young Hollywood from Dramacydal (Muammar Qaddafi) (R.I.P.), E.D.I. A.K.A. Big Malki from Dramacydal (Idi Amin), Kastro A.K.A. K-Dogg from Dramacydal (Fidel Castro), Napolean (Napolean Bonaparte) A.K.A. Mutah from Dramacydal, Fatal Hussein (Saddam "Hey Guy" Hussien), Storm, Young Noble, Moozaliny A.K.A. Big Syke from Thug Life (Benito Mussolini) & Komani A.K.A. Mopreme from Thug Life (Ayatollah Ruholla Khomeini). Most of the Outlaw Immortalz took their names from "World Wide Mob Figgaz" or famous bad people.
The Hate U Give Little Infants Fucks Everybody. Thug Life is Big Syke, Mopreme, Rated R, Macadoshis and of course 2Pac.
In conclusion Outlaw Immortalz is a group of 2Pac protégés that are almost like a WEST COAST version of The Wu-Tang Clan (even though half of them are from New Jersey). They all do some kinda solo shit or mini groups, but when they all come together that's when they bring it and it's gonna be tight as fuck. It's too fuckin' bad they come together so infrequently. So y'all know anything they drop is finna be the shit. Thuuuuug Life Baaaabaay! - D

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