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|Studio album by|
|Released||6 February 2008|
|Recorded||Recorded at Ceylon Studios in Los Angeles, California|
|Producer||DeLon, Da jerks', Jeeve, Ranidu Lankage, "X" The Track Star,|
|Singles from Unstoppable|
Unstoppable is DeLon's second album. DeLon has embarked on a 60-school tour through middle schools, high schools and colleges in his "Unity Through Education Tour" throughout Los Angeles.
According to DeLon:
"My musical purpose is to bring unity amongst people and to educate them through my lyrics." "Rap music is such a powerful tool and if used to educate, can help change the world."[ citation needed ]
|1||"DeLon"||Da jerks'||Additional vocals by: Brittney||3:22|
|3||"Nasty Girl"||DeLon, Ranidu||Featuring: Ranidu||3:40|
|5||"She Always Comes Back"||Da Jerks'||Featuring: Brittany||4:04|
|6||"We Strugglin'"||Da Jerks'||Featuring: John Travis||4:21|
|7||"The Road is Hard"||"X" The Track Star||Featuring Gigi Harville||3:59|
|8||"Some Mo'"||Da jerks'||4:26|
|9||"Freak In U"||Da jerks'||Featuring: john Travis||4:29|
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