Fast Life (Young Noble & Deuce Deuce album)

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Fast Life
Fast Life by Young Noble and Deuce Deuce in 2013.jpg
Studio album by
Young Noble & Deuce Deuce
ReleasedFebruary 5, 2013
Recorded2012-2013
Genre Hip hop
Length52:19
Label Concrete Enterprises
Outlaw Recordz
Young Noble & Deuce Deuce chronology
Fast Life
(2013)
The Code
(2016)
Young Noble chronology
Son of God
(2012)
Fast Life
(2013)
Outlaw Nation Vol. 2
(2013)
Deuce Deuce chronology
Fast Life
(2013)
The Code
(2016)

Fast Life is a collaborative studio album by rappers Young Noble of Outlawz & Deuce Deuce of Concrete Mob. It was released on February 5, 2013 on Concrete Enterprises. [1] [2] They released a second collaborative album The Code in 2016.

Contents

Track listing

No.TitleLength
1."Intro"1:10
2."Fast Life"2:36
3."Go Back"3:03
4."Started With" (featuring Lucho)3:25
5."Dollarz n Sense" (featuring EDI DON)4:00
6."Beware" (featuring C-Bo & Stump Gets)4:56
7."Sorry Ma"3:58
8."I Wonder" (featuring Hussein Fatal)4:12
9."No More"3:06
10."Depend on Me" (featuring Kardinal Offishall)4:57
11."Stay with Me" (featuring EDI DON)4:39
12."Good Life" (featuring EDI DON)4:10
13."The Streets" (featuring EDI DON & Black Jack)3:38
14."AmeriCanadian Dream" (featuring Spice 1)3:08
15."Outro"1:12

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