Fatal (album)

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Studio album by
ReleasedNovember 19, 2002
Genre Gangsta rap
Label Rap-a-Lot Records
Asylum Records
Producer J. Prince (exec.)
Mike Dean, Mr. Lee, E.D.I.
Hussein Fatal chronology
In the Line of Fire
Thug in Thug Out

Fatal is the second studio album by American rapper Hussein Fatal, recorded in 1999 and released on November 19, 2002 after jail on Rap-a-Lot Records and Asylum Records.

Track listing

1."Intro (Rough Shit)" (featuring New Child)Lynch, Washington E.D.I. 2:15
2."I'm an Outlaw" (featuring Young Noble)Cooper, Washington, Williams Mr. Lee 4:20
3."My Niggaz" (featuring Phats Bossi & Young Noble)Bankougba, Cooper, Dean, Washington Mike Dean 4:47
4."Y'all Can't Fuck With Us"Washington, WilliamsMr. Lee4:18
5."DOA"Washington, WilliamsMr. Lee4:07
6."I Wanna Be Free" (featuring Napoleon & Young Noble)Beale, Cooper, Washington, Williams 4:37
7."Blood in, Blood Out"Washington, WilliamsMr. Lee4:11
8."We Maintain" (featuring Snypaz)Moore, Paxton, Washington, WilliamsMr. Lee3:01
9."Blood Money"Washington, WilliamsMr. Lee3:36
10."Stop Rattin" (featuring E.D.I. & Young Noble)Cooper, Dean, Greenidge, WashingtonMike Dean3:50
11."Daddy" (featuring Scarface)Greenidge, Jordan, WashingtonE.D.I.4:07
12."Thug 4 Life"Dean, WashingtonMike Dean3:51
13."Thug in, Thug Out"Dean, WashingtonMike Dean4:15
14."I Can't Stand"Dean, WashingtonMike Dean3:41

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