Neva Surrenda

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Neva Surrenda
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Studio album by
ReleasedOctober 22, 2002
Genre Gangsta rap
Label Outlaw Recordz
Rap-a-Lot Records
Producer J. Prince, Mike Dean, Mr Lee
Outlawz chronology
Neva Surrenda
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Neva Surrenda is the third studio album by hip hop group Outlawz. It was released on October 22, 2002 on Outlaw Recordz.


Track listing

1."Intro"Mike Dean0:21
2."Gatz Up"Mr Lee4:48
3."What Side U On?" (featuring Hot Boys)Mr Lee6:18
4."Move Somethin'" (featuring Willie D)Mike Dean3:44
5."Everything Is Alright"Mr Lee4:15
6."Playtime"Mr Lee4:26
7."Stick 2 the Plan" (featuring Big Syke)Mr Lee3:30
8."Not Real"Mr Lee4:26
9."Us"Mr Lee5:28
10."Black Diamond"Mr Lee2:59
11."Why?"Mike Dean5:07
12."Pleasure of Sin" (featuring Yukmouth & Big Syke)Mr Lee4:40
13."Desperation"Mike Dean4:04
14."Blessings"Mr Lee4:57
15."Lost and Turned Out"Mr Lee5:28
16."Outro"Mike Dean1:32


Chart (2002)Peak
US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums [1] 80

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