|Hussein Fatal discography|
This is the discography of rapper Hussein Fatal.
|2003||Fatalveli Vol. 1|
|2004||Fatalveli Vol. 2|
|2006||Section 8: Hustlin' in Front of Housing|
|2007||1090 Official (with Hardtimerz)|
|Fatalveli Point 50|
|Hussein Fatal Presents: New Jersey D.O.C|
|2008||Thugtertainment Presents: Essex County Kings|
|Thugtertainment Presents: No Way Out|
|Hussein Fatal Presents: New Jersey D.O.C Vol. 2|
|Thugtertainment Presents: YAS - The Getaway|
|2009||Hussein Fatal Presents: Thugtertainment Soldiers|
|Thugtertainment Presents: Pain Muzik|
|Thugtertainment Presents: Ali Bang - Look At Me Now|
|Digital Dynasty 8|
|Thugtertainment Presents: Hussein Fatal - Trouble|
|2010||Bully The Block 4|
|Unsigned On The Grind Vol. 5|
|Killuminati 2K10 (with Outlawz)|
|DJ Fatal Presents: The Official Hussein Fatal Remixes|
|Killuminati 2K11 (with Outlawz)|
|2013||If U Aint Know Now U Do Vol.12: Special Edition|
|Outlaw Nation Vol. 3 (with Young Noble)|
|Year||Single||Peak chart positions||Album|
|U.S. Hot 100||U.S. R&B||U.S. Rap||UK||GER||FRA||AUS|
|1998||"Everyday" (featuring Antoinette Roberson)||—||79||—||—||—||—||—||In the Line of Fire|
|2009||"Wut You Talkin Bout" (featuring Jim Jones)||—||—||—||—||—||—||—||Born Legendary|
|2014||"Ridin All Week On Em'"||—||—||—||—||—||—||—||Ridin' All Week On 'Em|
|Year||Title song||With performer(s)||Album|
|1996||"All About U"||2Pac, Yaki Kadafi, Dru Down, Nate Dogg, Snoop Dogg||All Eyez on Me|
|"When We Ride"||2Pac, Mopreme Shakur, Yaki Kadafi, Big Syke, E.D.I., Kastro, Napoleon|
|"Hit 'Em Up"||2Pac, Outlawz||"How Do U Want It" (single)|
|1997||"Usual Suspects"||Mic Geronimo, DMX, Ja Rule, Cormega||How to Be a Player|
|1998||"Initiated"||Daz Dillinger, Kurupt, 2Pac, Kastro, E.D.I.||Retaliation, Revenge And Get Back|
|"Oh No"||Gangsta Boo, Three 6 Mafia||Enquiring Minds|
|1999||"Clock Strikes 12"||Infamous Syndicate||Changing the Game|
|"Paper Chase"||Tear Da Club Up Thugs||CrazyNDaLazDayz|
|2000||"Ride"||Do or Die||Victory|
|"Playas Dream"||8Ball & MJG||Memphis Under World|
|2001||"War Tactics"||Guru, New Child, James Gotti||Baldhead Slick & Da Click|
|"Save Me"||Mac Mall||Immaculate|
|"We Gone Ride"||Yukmouth, Napoleon, Young Noble||Thug Lord: The New Testament|
|2002||"Redemption Rosary"||Benzino, Kid Javi||Redemption|
|2003||"Hit 'Em Up (Nu-Mixx)"||2Pac, The Outlawz||Nu-Mixx Klazzics|
|"The Life"||Ja Rule, Caddillac Tah, James Gotti||Blood in My Eye|
|"Blood in My Eye"||Ja Rule|
|"It's Murda (freestyle)"|
|"The Wrap (freestyle)"|
|"Somebody Gone Die 2 Nite"||Yukmouth, Tha Realest, Tech N9ne, Benjilino||Godzilla|
|2004||"Jaws Tight (OG Cypher)"||2Pac, Yaki Kadafi, E.D.I., Boot Camp Clik||Son Rize Vol.1|
|"They Don't Give A F..."||2Pac, Yaki Kadafi|
|"First 2 Bomb (Remix)"|
|"Secretz Rearranged (OG)"|
|"Fresh Like Celery"||Yaki Kadafi|
|"Fresh Like Part 2"|
|"How Do U Want It (Remix)"||2Pac, Alicia Keys||Outlaw Warriorz Vol. 1|
|2005||"Every Hood"||Cormega, Niko||The Testament|
|"Tupac Join"||Jim Jones, 40 Cal.||Harlem: Diary of a Summer|
|"Rain on Me (Remix)"||Ashanti, Charli Baltimore, Ja Rule||Collectables by Ashanti|
|"I Wanna' Be Free (Remix)"||2Pac, Young Noble||The Way He Wanted It|
|2006||"Dumpin'"||2Pac, Carl Thomas, Papoose||Pac's Life|
|"Don't Stop"||2Pac, Yaki Kadafi, Big Syke, Young Noble, Stormey|
|"Untouchable"||2Pac, Gravy, Yaki Kadafi|
|2007||"Keep Goin'"||2Pac||Nu-Mixx Klazzics Vol. 2|
|"Got My Mind Made Up (Nu-Mixx)"||2Pac, Kurupt, The Outlawz|
|"Picture Me Rollin' (Nu-Mixx)"||2Pac, The Outlawz, Danny Boy|
|"Gangsta Party Part 2"||Daz Dillinger, Young Noble||Gangsta Party|
|2008||"Got Dat"||Yas da Hak, B. Drama & Ali Phaze||The Getaway|
|"Loadin Up Bangaz"||S.K., Big Mizz||Essex County Kings|
|"Hak Mob Athem"||Mass, Big Mizz, S.K., Phaze Ali, Ali Bang|
|2009||"This My Life"||Hardtimerz, Mass||Let Us In Vol. 2|
|"Road Trip"||Verbal Assassin, Ali Bang||Play Timez Ova|
|"Haters Get Cho Paper"||Outlawz, Crooked I||Outlaw Culture Vol. 1|
|"Name Game"||Ali Bang, 2Tall, Sulaw||Look at Me Now|
|"Feens"||Ali Bang, 2Tall|
|"This Is How We Roll"|
|"She Loves Me Not"||Ali Bang, Bentley|
|"Talkin That Talk"||Ali Bang|
|"Alright We Getting Money"||Ali Bang, Hardtimerz|
|"Gettin Money"||Talent of Da Hardtimerz, Hittman Da Menace, Ali Bang||Pay Attention|
|"Where I Come From (Remix)"||Tha Advocate, Willy Northpole, Killah Priest, Stat Quo, DoItAll, Big Lou, Sha Stimuli, Mr. Probz||I Killed The Devil Last Night|
|"Get That Money"||Kasinova Tha Don, Mr Bo'z||Heart of a Hustler|
|"Label Me A Rebel"||Kasinova Tha Don||Thug Life|
|"Gotta Have It"||Outlawz, Stormey Coleman, Tey Martel||Outlaw Culture Vol. 3|
|"Move Over"||Hydro, Rock City||The Hydro Conspiracy|
|2010||"Everybody Goes Thru It"||Stormey Coleman, stic.man of Dead Prez, Young Noble, Janelle Hamilton||Big City Nightlife|
|"Cleaned Off"||Young Buck, C-Bo, Young Noble, E.D.I.DON||Back on My Buck Shit Vol. 2: Change of Plans|
|"Legends In Tha Game"||EDIDON, Young Noble||The Stash Spot|
|"The Struggle Continues (Alternative Original)||2Pac, Big Syke, O.F.T.B.||The Way He Wanted It Vol. 5|
|"U Can Be Touched (Original)"||2Pac, The Outlawz, Suge Knight|
|"Secrets Of War (Original I)||2Pac, The Outlawz|
|"Gettin To It"||Hypnotiq, Ace Hood||N/A|
|"Stolen Tears"||Hypnotiq, Sky||N/A|
|"Finally Made It"||Hypnotiq, Young Noble, Alegra Dolores||N/A|
|"Here Comes the Pain"||F.A.T.E The Future||Your Fates Been Sealed Vol. 1|
|"Is Someone There"||F.A.T.E The Future, Five Star General|
|"Live of a Hustla"||Shadoe, Picosso Stakks||Nail Bitting Season: New World Order Vol. 3|
|"Invisible Man"||Professor A.L.I.||Carbon Cycle Diaries|
|"Over Here"||Aspects, Paragraph|
|"Stack Dough"||Gonzoe, Aspects, Bizarre|
|"U Don't Like That"||Young Noble, EDIDON|
|"What You Talkin' Bout"||Jim Jones|
|"Who We Are"||Aspects, Macadoshis|
|"Live That Life"||Gonzoe, Aspects, Jesse James|
|"All My Respect"||Nameless Kx, Young Noble||Nameless Begins / Ends|
|2012||"Get It Done"||Lye||Why Lye?|
|"Car Cloudy"||Young Buck, Young Noble, EDIDON||Live Loyal Die Rich|
|"Morning Light"||Gonzoe||The Dispensary|
|"Salute"||Young Ridah, P-Thoro||A-State Heavyweight|
|"All About the Franklins"||Young Noble, Gudda Gudda, Trae The Truth||Outlaw Rydahz Vol. 1|
|"Vibe Wit Me"||Yas da Hak & Cash G Hakavelli||HAKin' Like My Daddy Vol. 2|
|"Ride Out"||Bonze Roc, S.K., Big Mizz a.k.a. V12||HAK Muzik Vol. 3|
|"Till I Die"||Young Noble, Suicide Ru, Yukmouth||Outlaw Nation|
|"Rule of the Street"||Stormey Coleman, EDI||Outlaw Nation|
|"Emancipation"||Young Noble, EDIDON||Son of God|
|"Welcome To Real Life"||Young Noble, Arsonal Da Rebel, Tony Atlanta, King Malachi & Krayzie Bone|
|2013||"I Wonder"||Young Noble, Deuce Deuce of Concrete Mob||Fast Life|
|"Pay Witcha Life"||Young Noble, Suicide Ru, AKK||Outlaw Nation Vol. 2|
|"Tonite"||EDIDON, Young Buck, Young Noble||O.G. Est. 1992|
|"Angel"||Young Noble & Gage Gully, EDIDON||The Year of the Underdogz|
|"Play Wit Your Life"||Da Kid Akk, Suicide Ru, Young Noble||Unfinished Business|
|"Whats I Stand"||Tre Dolla, Young Noble||N/A|
|"Rapper wissen nicht wer sie sind"||Eko Fresh, Massiv||Eksodus|
|2014||"Dat Money"||Gritty Boi, Supa King||N/A|
|"Modern Day"||R.A.W., Young Shaad||N/A|
|"Why Explain The Game?"||F.D.T., Lil Mac, Young Noble||N/A|
|"You Ain't Bout Dat"||Get Rich||The Game Don't Sleep|
|2015||"Love U"||Troublez, B-Legit||Grandma's House|
|"Interstate"||Rip The General||N/A|
|"Field of Fire"||Rich Roze||Uprize|
|"Ya Don't Want It Wit Me"||Hypnotiq||N/A|
|"Invisible Man"||Professor A.L.I.||N/A|
|"Fuck With Ya"||C-Bo, Young Noble||The Mobfather II|
|"Thats What I Do"||Rawsome Russ, Z-Ro||To Big To Fail|
|"M.O.B."||Rawsome Russ, Lil Keke||From The Southside To WTX|
|"Back In The Dayz"||MC Ron & Speechless, Joe||N/A|
|"Whats Poppin Scoob"||Parashoot Ent.||Parashoot Class 102|
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