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Title: Hussein Fatal - Legendary Status (Discussion Thread)
Post by: ILoveQSeven on April 12, 2018, 09:46:39 AM
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Tracklist:

01. Legendary Status 2:26
02. Raise Up (feat. Yukmouth & Forever Young) 4:03
03. Go to War (feat. Gramz, Jace & Bellione)    4:02
04. 21 Gun Salute (feat. Cormega & Trigga Trife) 4:22
05. Live to Tell (feat. Aspects) 3:03
06. Outlawz Everywhere (feat. Young Noble & Keisha Hussein) 3:34
07. Block 2 Block (feat. Phaze Ali, Dirty Bert, Bonze Roc, Tony Atlanta & Question) 4:11
08. Bloody Murda (feat. Cadillac Tah, Blackchild & Aktual) 4:41
09. Misunderstood (feat. E.D.I. Don & C-Bo) 3:49
10. Killem wit da Flow (feat. Rowdy Rahz) 2:53
11. Mission Accomplished (feat. Eric Notez) 2:58
12. M.O.E. (feat. Yadi Yas) 3:05
13. Head Bussa (feat. Hardtimerz & Ali Bang) 3:28
14. Dead & Gone (feat. Rydah & Eloni Yawn) 3:39
15. Eternity (feat. Outlawz) 4:14


https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/legendary-status/1408939916
Title: Re: Hussein Fatal Album "Legendary Status" Dropping July 10
Post by: kuruptlon on April 13, 2018, 01:27:26 PM
Track sounds dope.
Title: Re: Hussein Fatal Album "Legendary Status" Dropping July 10
Post by: ILoveQSeven on July 06, 2018, 05:23:58 PM
https://www.instagram.com/p/Bk5nDgajnaT/?taken-by=young_noble
Title: Re: Hussein Fatal Album "Legendary Status" Dropping July 10
Post by: DeeezNuuuts83 on July 07, 2018, 12:26:59 AM
While it disappoints me to see ďEDI DONĒ as a featured artist (I hate that he refers to himself as that), Iím glad that his name did not appear as a producer.
Title: Re: Hussein Fatal Album "Legendary Status" Dropping July 10
Post by: Hack Wilson - real on July 08, 2018, 07:00:19 PM
can't wait
Title: Re: Hussein Fatal Album "Legendary Status" Dropping July 10
Post by: MOBNigga06 on July 08, 2018, 08:51:29 PM
I'm definitely buying this. Looking forward to it.

I'd support any Hussein Fatal content that his family and the Outlawz release.

Title: Re: Hussein Fatal Album "Legendary Status" Dropping July 10
Post by: DeeezNuuuts83 on July 09, 2018, 02:04:58 PM
Any word on how itís going to be released? iTunes, Apple Music, Spotify, amazon music?
Title: Re: Hussein Fatal - Legendary Status (Discussion Thread)
Post by: DeeezNuuuts83 on July 10, 2018, 10:14:42 AM
Nobleís IG said itís out on all online digital retailers. I just bought it on iTunes, will give it a listen. Looking at he names, Kill Em on the Low is an old old song from 15+ years ago because I remember it being on the beginning of an old hitemup interview with him.
Title: Re: Hussein Fatal - Legendary Status (Discussion Thread)
Post by: MOBNigga06 on July 10, 2018, 08:26:19 PM
Bought it, love it, great tribute to Fatal's memory to see this released.

I hope that his family and the Outlawz work together to release more material from him in the future. Fatal was more than just a great lyricist. He was an inspiring person and became a good role model towards the end of his life, got his life in order and underwent a remarkable transformation in terms of physical fitness.

I would like to see the family release some videos to his songs splicing together footage of Fatal from numerous sources like the Pac estate did for Changes and Until the End of Time.

The video for Legendary Status does a little bit of that and it is pretty great, in my opinion.
Title: Re: Hussein Fatal - Legendary Status (Discussion Thread)
Post by: OmegaRed on July 11, 2018, 02:51:16 PM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lHrV8U6AklU
Title: Re: Hussein Fatal - Legendary Status (Discussion Thread)
Post by: MOBNigga06 on July 11, 2018, 09:01:23 PM
Nobleís IG said itís out on all online digital retailers. I just bought it on iTunes, will give it a listen. Looking at he names, Kill Em on the Low is an old old song from 15+ years ago because I remember it being on the beginning of an old hitemup interview with him.

I don't know the interview you're talking about, but when I listened to Kill Em On the Low, I actually recognized some lines that he spit in a freestyle on the Outlawz "Worldwide" DVD, which is from that era.

Amazing to me how Fatal recycled and reused lines so often. I guess he found it difficult to write and wanted to make the best use of the stuff he had written. Extremely dope lyricist nonetheless.

As for the album, it makes you realize that Fatal really would have benefitted from working with a good "producer." And I don't mean a beat-maker. I mean someone like Rick Rubin, who could have given him more artistic vision and helped him write good songs, not merely good lyrics. Looking over Fatal's whole body of work, I think the best two things he ever wrote were his tributes to Tupac ("Letter to Pac") and Kadafi ("Loyalty with Love"). Because those songs really had some deep content rather than just his usual bragging about street life. Fatal is more entertaining than most rappers when he does that, though. And I think his "Interview" album is pretty great. He also did some of his best work on the "Perfect Timing" album.
Title: Re: Hussein Fatal - Legendary Status (Discussion Thread)
Post by: Okka on July 12, 2018, 05:27:32 AM
Nobleís IG said itís out on all online digital retailers. I just bought it on iTunes, will give it a listen. Looking at he names, Kill Em on the Low is an old old song from 15+ years ago because I remember it being on the beginning of an old hitemup interview with him.

I don't know the interview you're talking about, but when I listened to Kill Em On the Low, I actually recognized some lines that he spit in a freestyle on the Outlawz "Worldwide" DVD, which is from that era.

Amazing to me how Fatal recycled and reused lines so often. I guess he found it difficult to write and wanted to make the best use of the stuff he had written. Extremely dope lyricist nonetheless.

As for the album, it makes you realize that Fatal really would have benefitted from working with a good "producer." And I don't mean a beat-maker. I mean someone like Rick Rubin, who could have given him more artistic vision and helped him write good songs, not merely good lyrics. Looking over Fatal's whole body of work, I think the best two things he ever wrote were his tributes to Tupac ("Letter to Pac") and Kadafi ("Loyalty with Love"). Because those songs really had some deep content rather than just his usual bragging about street life. Fatal is more entertaining than most rappers when he does that, though. And I think his "Interview" album is pretty great. He also did some of his best work on the "Perfect Timing" album.

Was that just an example or are you a big fan of Rick Rubin?
Title: Re: Hussein Fatal - Legendary Status (Discussion Thread)
Post by: OmegaRed on July 12, 2018, 09:04:30 AM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=00HYChal5zU
Title: Re: Hussein Fatal - Legendary Status (Discussion Thread)
Post by: DeeezNuuuts83 on July 12, 2018, 09:18:28 AM
Bought it, love it, great tribute to Fatal's memory to see this released.

I hope that his family and the Outlawz work together to release more material from him in the future. Fatal was more than just a great lyricist. He was an inspiring person and became a good role model towards the end of his life, got his life in order and underwent a remarkable transformation in terms of physical fitness.

I would like to see the family release some videos to his songs splicing together footage of Fatal from numerous sources like the Pac estate did for Changes and Until the End of Time.

The video for Legendary Status does a little bit of that and it is pretty great, in my opinion.
I listened to it yesterday while working out. Itís alright, to be honest I was hoping for more but you canít be too picky with posthumous releases when itís not someone like Pac. Live to Tell was cool with a low key mixtape beat.
Title: Re: Hussein Fatal - Legendary Status (Discussion Thread)
Post by: DeeezNuuuts83 on July 12, 2018, 09:20:15 AM
Nobleís IG said itís out on all online digital retailers. I just bought it on iTunes, will give it a listen. Looking at he names, Kill Em on the Low is an old old song from 15+ years ago because I remember it being on the beginning of an old hitemup interview with him.

I don't know the interview you're talking about, but when I listened to Kill Em On the Low, I actually recognized some lines that he spit in a freestyle on the Outlawz "Worldwide" DVD, which is from that era.

Amazing to me how Fatal recycled and reused lines so often. I guess he found it difficult to write and wanted to make the best use of the stuff he had written. Extremely dope lyricist nonetheless.

As for the album, it makes you realize that Fatal really would have benefitted from working with a good "producer." And I don't mean a beat-maker. I mean someone like Rick Rubin, who could have given him more artistic vision and helped him write good songs, not merely good lyrics. Looking over Fatal's whole body of work, I think the best two things he ever wrote were his tributes to Tupac ("Letter to Pac") and Kadafi ("Loyalty with Love"). Because those songs really had some deep content rather than just his usual bragging about street life. Fatal is more entertaining than most rappers when he does that, though. And I think his "Interview" album is pretty great. He also did some of his best work on the "Perfect Timing" album.
Fatal did two interviews with hitemup.com, one in 2001 when he was in jail and one in 2003 after he got out. I think the song (which indeed is what he was rapping on the Worldwide DVD) played at the beginning of the 2003 interview.