Outlaw 4 Life: 2005 A.P.

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Outlaw 4 Life: 2005 A.P.
Studio album by
ReleasedApril 19, 2005 (2005-04-19)
Genre Gangsta rap
Label 33rd Street, 1Nation
Producer Focus...
Armando Colon
Gorilla Tek
The Legendary Traxster
Outlawz chronology
Neva Surrenda
Outlaw 4 Life: 2005 A.P.
Can't Sell Dope Forever
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Outlaw 4 Life: 2005 A.P. is the fourth studio album by Outlawz, It was released on April 19, 2005. The letters A.P. in the title mean "After Pac" referring to their former groupmate and rapper Tupac Shakur who was assassinated in 1996, nine years before the release of the album.[ citation needed ]

Track listing

1."Real Talk" (featuring Focus...) Focus... 3:49
2."Can't Turn Back"A.D. Future for Divine Music Group4:09
3."Celebrate" (featuring TQ) REO of The Soundkillers3:31
4."Big Ballin" (featuring Bun B & Stormey) The Legendary Traxster 4:13
5."They Don't Understand"Dani Kartel4:10
6."Let It Burn" (featuring Chair Krazy)The Legendary Traxster4:34
7."If You Want 2"Focus...4:18
8."These Are the Times" (featuring Stormey, Khujo Goodie & Malachi)Armondo Colon4:46
9."Ghetto Gospel Pt. 2"A.D. Future for Divine Music Group4:47
10."Smiling Faces" (featuring F'Lana Star)Jay Mac for Dark City, E.D.I. 3:15
11."I Dare U" (featuring Focus...)Focus...3:15
12."Don't Get It Fucked Up"Jay Mac for Dark City, E.D.I.4:03
13."Sacred Vows (And I Do)" (featuring Stormey)Jay Mac for Dark City, E.D.I.5:24
14."Better It Get"Gorilla Tek4:11
15."Interlude" (featuring C. Bone Jones)E.D.I.0:21
16."Listen 2 Me"Jay Mac for Dark City, E.D.I.3:53
17."Losing My Mind" (featuring Stormey)Gorilla Tek3:53

Chart positions

Chart (2005)Peak
US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums44
US Top Rap Albums19
US Top Independent Albums33

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