The Outlawz, a hip-hop collective comprised of E.D.I. Mean, Young Noble, Hussein Fatal and Kastro, will be releasing their final album, Perfect Timing, on Sept. 13th. The Krude/Fontana/Universal release will mark the 15th anniversary of the death of Outlaw mentor Tupac Shakur, as well as founding Outlaw member Yaki Kadafi.
“The album was actually supposed to come out a few months ago, but we had to push back the release,” said Noble in a press release. “When we were ready to put it out there, this date just popped out to us a fitting tribute. It’s the perfect time for some real soldiers with real history to bring real music.”
BK-One of Rhymesayers Entertainment has been the DJ for Brother Ali since 2000 and has toured the world as a renowned beatsmith for the popular MC, but the release of his first solo album, Rádio do Canibal, will propel the DJ into a wider range of recognition. With a release date of October 6th, this collaboration of records collected through extensive tours of South America (namely, Brazil) and working with fellow Twin Cities producer, Benzilla, will be an undertaking well worth the effort.