Son of God (album)

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Son of God
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Studio album by
ReleasedNovember 12, 2012 (2012-11-12)
Recorded2012
Genre Hip hop
Length59:59
Label Outlaw Recordz
Producer Young Noble (exec.)
Scottzilla (co exec.)
Elite Producers (co exec.)
Snaz, Boss DeVito
Young Noble chronology
Outlaw Rydahz Vol. 1
(2012)
Son of God
(2012)
Fast Life
(2013)
Singles from Son of God
  1. "Son of God"
    Released: August 28, 2012

Son of God is the second studio album by American rapper Young Noble. It was released on November 12, 2012, through Outlaw Recordz. [1] [2]

Contents

Background

After the release of the last Outlawz album Perfect Timing in 2011, Young Noble released two mixtapes Outlaw Rydahz Vol. 1 and Outlaw Nation before the release of this album.

Singles

The album's self-titled single "Son of God" Produced by Boss DeVito was released on iTunes Store on August 28, 2012. [3]

In commemoration of the passing and in honor of Tupac, Young Noble released a music video for the song, “Son of God” directed by Jae Synth on September 13, the day Tupac died. [4]

Track listing

No.TitleProducer(s)Length
1."Control Your Destiny" (featuring Aktual, co-wrote Don Denali)Scottzilla5:12
2."The Price"Snaz3:00
3."Son of God"Boss DeVito3:18
4."Emancipation" (featuring Hussein Fatal & EDIDON)Scottzilla4:31
5."If They Kill Me"Snaz2:18
6."Count Me Out" (featuring Trae tha Truth, AKK & Aleah Paige)Elite Producers4:43
7."Dealin' wit tha Pain" (featuring Aka & AKK)Elite Producers3:55
8."Welcome to Real Life" (featuring Arsonal Da Rebel, Hussein Fatal, Tony Atlanta, Krayzie Bone & King Malachi)Scottzilla8:16
9."Amazing" (featuring Titus Tucker)Elite Producers3:43
10."Pretty Gurl" (featuring Aktual & Reyfonder)Elite Producers3:56
11."Today Iz My Day"Elite Producers3:03
12."Tha Game Has Changed" (featuring Deuce Deuce)Scottzilla3:28
13."Start from Scratch" (featuring AKK & H-Ryda)Scottzilla4:00
14."Eazy Come Eazy Go" (featuring King Malachi)Scottzilla3:04
15."God Got My Back" (featuring Aktual & AKK)Elite Producers3:31

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