The Outlawz - We Want In

Posted 8 years ago
Producer:
K-Salaam & Beatnick
Album:
We Want In (The Street Album)

After thirteen years in the industry, 2Pac’s old crew, The Outlawz, are ready to kick off a new era with Young Buck‘s Cashville Records.  Gearing up to release a brand new street album, the group wants to make one thing very clear: We Want In.  For the album’s title track, emcees Kastro, Young Noble, E.D.I. Mean, and Stormey plainly state their goal, citing every major hip-hop label/imprint (except for G-Unit, obviously) whose money and success they’re after.  Complete with a trunk-banging beat courtesy of K-Salaam & Beatnick, We Want In should be perfect for OGs and young hustlers alike to bump in their whips.  The We Want In LP is currently set to drop on August 5.

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