Friday, November 10, 2006

Xzibit - Full Circle (2006)


West Coast heavyweight Xzibit expanded his following with a series of increasingly superstar-laced albums beginning in the late '90s, ultimately aligning himself with Cali kingpin Dr. Dre at the decade's end. Years before, Xzibit began as a member of the Likwit Crew, a loose collective of West Coast rappers including tha Alkaholiks and King T. After touring with them in 1995, Loud Records released the feisty young rapper's debut album, At the Speed of Life (1996). The album became an underground hit, and when Xzibit released his follow-up, 40 Dayz & 40 Nightz (1998), he was heralded as one of the West Coast's most promising talents. Xzibit's mainstream breakthrough came when he joined Snoop Dogg for the Dre-produced coast-to-coast hit "Bitch Please." Next, he appeared on the posse song "Some L.A. Niggaz" from Dre's 2001...


-1. invade my space ft. jelly roll
-2. rollin' ft. jelly roll
-3. ram part division
-4. say it to my face ft. kurupt & don blaze
-5. the donnell rawlings show (skit)
-6. scandalous bitch
-7. concentrate
-8. on bail ft. the game, daz & t-pain
-9. family values
-10. black & brown ft. jelly roll
-11. the whole world
-12. poppin' off ft. dj quik & king t
-13. movin' in your chucks ft. too $hort & kurupt
-14. thank you

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