CD 1 01. Most Murderous Music 02. Regeneration Remix feat. Nas 03. Swagger Like Ap 04. Love Locked Freestyle 05. Jockin’ A.P. 06. Times Up Freestyle 07. Zombies feat. Blacastan 08. Water To Wine feat. King Syze & Chris Webby 09. Really Real People 10. You Must Be My Karma feat. Blacastan 11. Santogold Freestyle 12. And Now feat. Vinnie Paz & King Syze 13. Back On The Scene Freestyle 14. My Life feat. Optimus Prime of The Autobotz 15. Protek Yo Nutz feat. Milez Grimez 16. O’Doyle Rules feat. Diabolic, Paradime, Joe Scudda, Rob Kelly, Ryu & Mac Lethal 17. We’re Gonna Kill You

CD 2 01. If You Forgot My Name feat. Royce Da 5’9 02. Liquid Swords Tribute Pt. 1 03. Monster feat. Chris Webby 04. Speak The Truth 05. Tell Me feat. Motive & Celph Titled 06. Deeper Cover Freestyle 07. Messin With Ya Mind Freestyle 08. If I Died Today feat. B-Real & Young De 09. Word To The 23rd Freestyle 10. Dancin’ On Ya Grave Remix feat. Xzibit, Paul Wall, Ryu, Murs & Scoop Deville 11. Conquer, Kill Shit feat. Savage Souls 12. Wretches Remix 13. Stop Look & Listen Freestyle 14. Wonderful X-Mas Time 15. I’m Goin To Hell 16. You Look Like You Come From The 80′s 17. Be A Better Man feat. Bishop Lamont & Blue Raspberry



Xzibit sheds light on his first album in nearly five years, as well as meeting two of his most famous collaborators.

Xzibit is making moves, as the West Coast veteran rapper is readying his next release, Napalm.

“I’ve been working on it for about half a year,” revealed X to the Z in an interview with Hip Hop Chronicle UK. “I have about seventy-five percent of it done. I’m really excited because I haven’t put a record out since ’07.”

“I think it’s time. My heart’s in it. I haven’t produced records like this in a long time. When it comes out, man, I think you guys are gonna be impressed.”

Xzibit revealed he did a video in Iraq, and was the first person to do a Hip Hop show in Baghdad. “It was good. I got to do something for the troops, and I also got to shoot a documentary and shoot my first visuals for Napalm.”

Napalm will be out at the “top of the year,” added Xzibit.

Xzibit also spoke about his first time meeting Dr. Dre. “I can’t remember the first time I met Dr. Dre. I remember the first time I worked with him, though. I probably met him in passing, but it wasn’t until I got a call from Dre himself to come down and record ‘Bitch Please’…That’s when I worked with him for the first time. And we smashed it.”

As for Snoop Dogg, Xzibit similarly recalled the first time he met Dre’s original partner-in-rhyme. “Hanging out with Snoop was when we went to go promote ‘Bitch Please.’ We started working in close detail.”