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Hussein Fatal

Background information
Genres Gangsta rap
Occupations rapper
Years active 1990 - present
Labels Thugtertainment, Cashville Records
Associated acts The Plague
Tupac Shakur
Outlawz
Ja Rule
Three 6 Mafia
Gangsta Boo
Young G
Website Thugtertainment.Net

Hussein Fatal is an American rapper and a member of Outlawz.

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Murder of Tupac Shakur

On September 7 1996, 2Pac was fatally wounded in a drive by shooting[1]. He died a week later on September 13, at the age of 25. Fatal had gone back to Jersey the day before to attend court. After 2Pac¹s murder, Yaki Kadafi also went back to Jersey with Fatal; both of them believing Los Angeles held nothing for them without 'Pac.

Only a couple of months later, on November 10, Kadafi was murdered at the age of 19. Having lost two of his best friends within two months, Fatal decided the rap game was more dangerous than the drug game. He went back to the streets and began selling drugs again, a decision that would later have a great impact on his career and life. After months of chaos, he decided to sign with Relativity Records. He released his solo debut, [1]In The Line Of Fire, in March 1997. Unfortunately, the label went bankrupt and the album got little to no promotion, resulting in poor sales.

Fatal then signed with Houston-based Rap-A-Lot Records - home to such legends as the Geto Boys and Scarface. He started working on his second solo album, Death Before Dishonor. He recorded over forty songs, including tracks featuring Fat Joe, Gang Starr, Gotti, Ja Rule, Lil' Mo, New Child, Outlawz, Rowdy Rahz and Scarface. Unfortunately, Fatal was arrested in December 1999 due to an assault charge from three years earlier. In 2001, he was released to a halfway house in Jersey, and paroled in early 2002. On November 19 2002, Rap-A-Lot Records released his second solo album, re-titled Fatal.

Murder Inc Records

In 2003, Fatal teamed up with Ja Rule whom he had known for some time; Fatal was supposed to be part of the original Murderer inc with Rule, Jay Z, DMX and Mic Geronimo before that project fell through. In November 2003 Ja Rule's fifth album, Blood In My Eye, was released. Fatal made guest appearances on four songs: "The Life," " Blood In My Eye," "It's Murda (Freestyle)" and "The Wrap (Freestyle). 3 songs on the album were diss tracks aimed at 50 cent & G unit" He also appeared on Ashanti's "Rain On Me (Remix)." Hussein Fatal was rumored to have signed with the The Inc. Records but were untrue. In 2004 fatal launched his own independent record label Thugtertainment.

Post Murder Inc

He did a remix to Keyshia Cole & 2Pac's song, "Playa Cardz Right".

On February 23, 2009, Hussein Fatal was officially released from Global Music Group.He was also featured in a track with Jim Jones Angel Amayas favorite album.

Current projects

Hussein Fatal is currently working on a new mixtape titled [2]New Jersey Giant which will be hosted by Nu Jerzey Devil and should be released July 2008. He is featured on three tracks on the latest 2Pac album, Pac's Life. He has released a collaboration album titled Thug in Thug Out with Young Noble of The Outlawz. He is also planning to release a solo album titled Born Legendary, which was first due to drop in 2007, but has delayed for numerous reasons. The first single to be released May 12 On Itunes for the album will feature rapper Jim Jones.[2]

Discography

Collaborations

  • 2009: Digital Dynasty Pt. 8 (with Tha Advocate)
  • 2010: The Capo Commission (with Macadoshis, Aspects & Gonzoe)

Videography

Filmography

Year Title Role Notes
2002 Outlawz: Worldwide himself Documentary DVD
2003 Eyes On Hip Hop - The Chronicle Vol.1 himself Documentary DVD
Beef himself Documentary DVD
2004 All Access Vol.5 himself Documentary DVD
2007 Smooth, Game Is Dead - Motion picture debut
2008 The Money Kept Coming himself Documentary DVD
Cash Rules - Motion picture debut

Footnotes

  1. ^ 2Pac Biography
  2. ^ Official Hussein Fatal MySpace.

References

External links

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