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Napalm (Deluxe Edition)


Download links and information about Napalm (Deluxe Edition) by Xzibit. This album was released in 2012 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 21 tracks with total duration of 01:24:04 minutes.

Artist: Xzibit
Release date: 2012
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 21
Duration: 01:24:04
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No. Title Length
1. State of Hip Hop vs. Xzibit 3:54
2. Everything 4:07
3. Dos Equis (feat. Game and RBX) 4:05
4. Something More (feat. Prodigy) 3:42
5. Gangsta Gangsta 4:16
6. Forever a G (feat. Wiz Khalifa) 3:58
7. 1983 (feat. Trena Joiner) 3:47
8. Stand Tall (feat. Slim the Mobster) 4:23
9. Spread it Out 3:38
10. Up Out the Way (feat. E-40) 4:23
11. Napalm 4:15
12. Meaning of Life (feat. Ret Staff Sgt. Shilo Harris) 4:59
13. Louis XIII (feat. King T and Tha Alkaholiks) 2:43
14. Enjoy the Night (feat. Wiz Khalifa, David Banner and Brevi) 3:45
15. Movies (feat. Game, Crooked I, Slim the Mobster and Demrick) 5:10
16. I Came to Kill 3:38
17. Killer's Remorse (feat. Bishop Lamont, B-Real and Demrick) 4:19
18. 1983 Remix (Bonus Track) [feat. Trena Joiner] 3:47
19. Throw It Like It's Free (Bonus Track) [feat. Black Milk, Phats and Tre Capital] 3:16
20. Crazy (Bonus Track) [feat. B-Real, Demrick and Jelly Roll] 4:33
21. Phenom (Bonus Track) 3:26



Though he's better known as a TV and movie star these days, Xzibit started as one of L.A.'s most ferocious rappers. After early appearances alongside Tha Alkoholiks and King Tee, he dropped his classic debut (At the Speed of Life) in 1996, became a fixture in the West Coast underground, and saw his profile rise dramatically. He eventually linked up with Snoop, Eminem, and Dr. Dre, who produced his platinum-selling 2000 effort Restless. While his rhyme style was always super-hardcore and aggressive, he also knew how to charm the cameras, most notably hosting MTV's Pimp My Ride from '04 until '07. On his first album since 2006's slept-on Full Circle, X returns with an imposing 21-track collection of street-savvy anthems, overflowing with high-powered guest features from the likes of E-40 ("Up Out the Way"), Wiz Khalifa ("Forever a G"), and Prodigy ("Something More"). Cali favorites Game, RBX, Crooked I, B-Real, and Bishop Lamont also lend a hand, as do Xzibit's old-school homies Tha Liks and King Tee on "Louis XIII."