Powerful (Young Noble album)

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ReleasedSeptember 13, 2016 (2016-09-13)
Genre Hip hop
Label Outlaw Recordz EMPIRE
Producer LR Beats, Outkastunforgiving, Boss DeVito, Edvin R, Snaz, Crazy T, Elite, Mike G
Young Noble chronology
The Code
Thug Brothers 2
Singles from Powerful
  1. "Do It from tha Heart"
    Released: November 2, 2015 [1]

Powerful is the third studio album by American rapper Young Noble. It was released on September 13, 2016, through Outlaw Recordz. [2] [3] It features guest appearances from Hussein Fatal, Dirty Bert of Jerzey Mob, Mass tha Villain, Aktual, Deuce Deuce of Concrete Mob, stic.man of Dead Prez, EDIDON and Munch Ali.


Track listing

1."Carry the Torch"LR Beats3:07
2."Do It from the Heart"Outkastunforgiving3:25
3."Dirty Game" (featuring Hussein Fatal)Boss DeVito3:31
4."The Last Outlaw"Edvin R3:19
5."Peace of Mind" (featuring Aktual)Snaz4:59
6."Living for Today" (featuring Dirty Bert, Mass tha Villain & Aktual)Crazy T4:03
7."Ambition" (featuring EDIDON)Elite4:15
8."Turn Down" (featuring Deuce Deuce & stic.man)Crazy T4:17
9."Free Your Mind"Mike G5:15
10."Where Do We Go" (featuring Hussein Fatal)Boss Devito3:30
11."Jah Bless" (featuring EDIDON & Munch Ali)Crazy T3:57
12."Powerful"Boss DeVito1:50

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