Perfect Timing (Outlawz album)

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Perfect Timing
Outlawz - Perfect Timing in 2011.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedSeptember 13, 2011
Recorded2009-11
Genre Gangsta rap
Length62:08
Label Universal Music Group
Fontana Distribution
1Nation Entertainment
Ca$hville Records
Krude Productions Inc.
Producer Outlawz (exec.)
Cozmo, Maxwell Smart, Beatnick & K-Salaam, Jay Mac, Focus..., AONE, Aktual, Tha Formula, Lex Lucazi, Automatik BEATZ
Outlawz chronology
Killuminati 2K11
(2011)
Perfect Timing
(2011)
Livin' Legendz
(2016)
Singles from Perfect Timing
  1. "100 MPH"
    Released: May 3, 2011
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
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HipHop DXStar full.svgStar full.svgStar full.svgStar empty.svgStar empty.svg [2]

Perfect Timing [3] is the sixth studio album by American hip-hop group Outlawz, consisting of members Hussein Fatal, Young Noble and E.D.I. Perfect Timing missed its original March 2011 release date [4] and was finally released on September 13, 2011, the fifteenth anniversary of 2Pac's death. [5] [6] [7]

Contents

Track listing

No.TitleProducer(s)Length
1."Intro – Change Gon Come" (featuring Prentice of Tru Soul)Beatnick & K-Salaam1:42
2."Perfect Timing" (featuring Chae & Tony Williams)Jay Mac for Dark City4:15
3."Keep It Lit" (featuring Yung Phat Pat) Focus... 4:36
4."Fast Lane" (featuring King Malachi)Beatnick & K-Salaam3:45
5."Pay Off" (featuring Young Buck & Kastro) AONE 3:26
6."Paranoid" (featuring ABN & June Summers)Cozmo4:23
7."Pushin On" (featuring Scarface & Lloyd) Maxwell Smart 4:25
8."Tell Me Sumthin Good"Cozmo3:44
9."Once in a Lifetime" (featuring Aktual)Aktual3:55
10."So Clean" (featuring Stormey Coleman)Tha Formula3:57
11."100 MPH" (featuring Bun B & Lloyd)Cozmo4:04
12."Remember Me" (featuring Tony Williams)Tha Formula3:27
13."Borrowed Time" (featuring Livya Lee)Aktual3:46
14."Dont Wait" (featuring Krayzie Bone & Aktual)Lex Lucazi4:34
15."New Years" (featuring Tech N9ne)Tha Formula4:14
16."All the Time" (featuring Belly)Automatik BEATZ3:55

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