Tupac protégés, Young Noble and Hussein Fatal, are gearing up for their first collaboration in over 10 years since the untimely murders of fellow Outlawz members, Tupac Shakur and Kadafi.
The collabo project, titled Thug In Thug Out, will be released on West Coast indie, High Powered Entertainment, with distribution through Koch Records.
Fatal had been distant with The Outlawz every since the aforementioned deaths of his group members (Tupac and Kadafi). He was said to have quit the group shortly after, as well as member Napoleon.
Although Fatal went on to release a solo project in 1998, titled In The Line Of Fire, and 2002’s Fatal, his music career has been rather quiet. The new project will mark a reunion with the group and a comeback of sorts to music.
According to Wikipedia.org, Fatal was reinducted into the group in 2006.
“We were all affected by the loss of our brothers… their impact on our lives is greater than any beef,” said Fatal of the reunion.
“Pac, Kadafi, Fatal, all of us are Outlawz for life,” added Young Noble, who along with original Outlawz member EDI recently signed with Young Buck’s Cashville Records. “Thug In Thug Out speaks to the streets and shows our evolution as artists and men.”
The album features Daz Dillinger, Yukmouth, C-Bo and Tha Outlawz’ EDI and Kastro. It is slated to drop on September 11.