|In the Line of Fire|
|Studio album by|
|Released||March 24, 1998|
|Producer||Awanda Booth & Courtney Burgess (exec.)|
Reefologist The Street Criminologist, Buff William, Quimmy Quim, Darrell "Delite" Allamby, Baby Paul, Steve Pitts, Femi Ojetunde, D'Anthony Johnson
|Hussein Fatal chronology|
|Singles from In the Line of Fire|
In the Line of Fire is the debut album by American rapper Hussein Fatal, released March 24, 1998 on Relativity Records.
|1.||"Intro"||B. Washington||Buff William, Courtney Burgess||3:29|
|2.||"M.O.B." (featuring Freddie Foxxx)||J. Campbell, D. Johnson, B. Washington||D'Anthony Johnson||4:06|
|3.||"Everyday" (featuring Antoinette Roberson)||D. Allamby, A. Roberson, B. Washington||Darrell "Delite" Allamby||4:33|
|4.||"Friday" (featuring Dirty Bert & Smooth)||M. Farid, B. Washington||Quimmy Quim||5:06|
|5.||"I Know the Rules"||Mitchell, R. Tewlow, B. Washington||Reefologist The Street Criminologist||4:19|
|6.||"Outlaws" (featuring Mac Mall & Merciless X)||P. Hendricks, J. Rocker, B. Washington||Baby Paul||4:34|
|7.||"Time's Wastin'"||S. Pitts, B. Washington||Steve Pitts||4:08|
|8.||"What's Your Life Worth?" (featuring Dirty Bert)||D. Allamby, B. Washington||Darrell "Delite" Allamby||4:00|
|9.||"Getto Star" (featuring Tame One)||R. Brown, R Tewlow, B Washington||Reefologist The Street Criminologist||3:59|
|10.||"Take Your Time"||S. Brown, S. Pitts, B. Washington||Steve Pitts||3:35|
|11.||"The World Is Changing"||F. Ojetunde, B. Washington||Femi Ojetunde||4:06|
I Know the Rules
|Billboard 200||Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums|
|1998||In the Line of Fire||50||10|
Credits for In the Line of Fire adapted from AllMusic.
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