Outlawz discography

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Outlawz discography
Studio albums9
Compilation albums4
Music videos28
Collaborative albums2

This is the discography of rap group Outlawz below:



Studio albums

Collaboration albums

Digital albums


Charted singles

List of charted singles, with selected chart positions
TitleYearPeak chart positionsAlbum
"World Wide" (Remix)
(featuring 2Pac)

Guest appearances

List of non-single guest appearances, with all performing artists, showing year released and album name
TitleYearOther performer(s)Group performersAlbum
"Hard Labor" [6] 1998 C-Bo, Big Lurch Kastro, Young Noble, Napoleon, Storm Til My Casket Drops
"MFC Lawz" [7] Heltah Skeltah, Doc HolidayYoung Noble, Storm, Napoleon Magnum Force
Jack Move [8] Tha Dogg Pound Big Syke, Yaki Kadafi, Napoleon, Hussein FatalWestside Riderz, Vol. 1
"I Don't Fuck with You" [9] Willie D, Scarface, Gotti, DMG Edidon, Napoleon, Young Noble, Kastro Da Good da Bad & da Ugly
"Gun in My Mouth" [9] ScarfaceYoung Noble, Napoleon, Edidon
"Ain't Yo Average" [10] 1999NoneYoung Noble, Napoleon, Edidon, KastroBlack Roses
"Hail of Bullets" [10] Spice 1 Storm, Napoleon
"Thuggin' It Out" [11] 2000 Do Or Die Young Noble, Edidon Victory
"Thug Warz" [12] 2001 Fredro Starr, Sticky Fingaz Napoleon, Edidon Firestarr
"Turn the Heat Down" [13] Spice 1Edidon, Napoleon, Young NobleLegends, Gangsters & Bosses
"Feel Your Pain" [14] Benzino Napoleon, Young Noble, Kastro, Edidon The Benzino Project
"What U No Bout" [15] 2002C-BoYoung Noble, Napoleon, Edidon Life as a Rider
"What You Wish for" [16] MC Eiht Napoleon, Young Noble Underground Hero
"United Ghettos of America" [17] MC Eiht, C-Bo, Cold 187um, Mad Lion, Yukmouth Young Noble, Napoleon United Ghettos of America
"Neva Forget" [18] 2006 Messy Marv Young Noble, Edidon What You Know Bout Me?
"Car Cloudy" [19] 2012 Young Buck Edidon, Hussein Fatal, Young Noble Live Loyal Die Rich

Music videos

List of music videos, with directors, showing year released
"Baby Don't Cry (Keep Ya Head Up II)"
(2Pac featuring Outlawz)
2000J. Jesses Smith
"Black Rain"
(featuring Val Young)
"Thug With Me"
"World Wide (Remix)"
(2Pac featuring Outlawz)
"1 Nation"
(featuring Dead Prez)
"Fork in the Road"
(featuring King Malachi)
James Wade, Cody Lucich and Young Noble
"We Want In / Hunger Pains"2008James Wade and Young Noble
"Everything Happenz 4 a Reason"
"Legendz in tha Game"
"Sounds Like"2009
"Bring Em Back"
(featuring Big Mizz and Zayd Malik)
"Seen It All"
(featuring Young Buck)
Jordan Tower
"It Ain't Over"
"Face Down"
(featuring DJ Xrated)
"Count My Blessings"
(featuring The Jacka)
"From the Bottom"
"Dream Big"
"Kush Dreams"
(featuring Freeway)
"Cooley High"
(featuring Tey Martel and Tony Atlanta)
2011Iamhaym and Young Noble
"Brand New (Pimp C Dedication)"
(featuring Aktual and Tony Atlanta)
"Back Again"
"Spirit of an Outlaw"
"Late Night Shift"
(featuring Tey Martel)
"2Pac Back G-Mix"
"Bury the Hatchet"
(DJ Kay Slay featuring Outlawz and Lil' Cease)
(featuring Trae The Truth, Z-Ro and June Summers)
Clearvision Productions and Young Noble
"Keep It Lit"HusH Industrys
List of music videos, with directors, showing year released
"Hit 'Em Up"
(2Pac featuring Outlawz)
1996J. Kevin Swain
"Hail Mary"
(2Pac featuring Outlawz)
1997Frank Sacramento
"Made Niggaz"
(2Pac featuring Outlawz)
Gobi Nejad
"Still Ballin"
(Yukmouth featuring Outlawz)
"Ich bin ein Outlaw"
(La Honda featuring Eko Fresh and Outlawz)
"Life's Hard"
(Alter Egoz featuring Outlawz and Michaela Shiloh)
2008James Wade
"L.A to Copenhagen"
(The Goodfellas featuring Outlawz)
"Gangstadam to L.A"
(Gangstadam Mob featuring Outlawz)
"Revolutie (Remix)"
(Kempi featuring Outlawz and DJ Smoke)
"Real Nigga Shit"
(Goodfellas featuring Outlawz and Mike Raw)
"Letter 2 Pac"
(Nino & Singa featuring Outlawz)
"Thug Life"
(Al Massiva featuring Outlawz)
"All My Respect"
(Nameless Kx featuring Outlawz)
"The Streets"
(Concrete Mob featuring Outlawz)
2012Savvy So-Fly
"Bang Back"
(Spittin Cobra featuring Outlawz)
Sef Nait of IceLand Film
"Running All Night"
(Aktual featuring Outlawz)
"Shut Em Down"
(MC Eiht featuring Outlawz)
2014Jae Synth
(Albanian Outlawz featuring Outlawz)

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