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Xzibit Merchandise Available at the Online Xzibit Store: Napalm T-shirts, Napalm Album & State Of Hip Hop vs Xzibit Poster

Posted 11 October 2012 by Justin Russo | , , | No Comments »

Xzibit merchandise is now available for purchase online at the Official Online Xzibit Store

Below are pictures of the merchandise available. All T-shirts are $19.99, Napalm CD $10.99 and the State of Hip Hop vs Xzibit poster is $10.00:

Xzibit Metallic State of Hip hop Black T shirtXzibit Napalm Bullet Holes Black T Shirt

Australian Xzibit Fans: ‘Xzibit – Napalm’ Album Will Hit Stores on October 12

Posted 10 October 2012 by Justin Russo | , , , | No Comments »

Xzibit Napalm album front cover lyrics from songsXzibit's Australian fans can't be blamed for feeling left out, Xzibit's new album Napalm will hit the shelves on the Australian release date of Friday October 12. The delay probably had something to do with distribution but never fear, you can get your hands on the album through Pre-order at JB Hifi: http://www.jbhifionline.com.au/music/urban-grooves/napalm/674584 or head to your nearest music store on Friday.

Aussie Xzibit fans should keep it locked to XzibitCentral.com and we will let you know when Xzibit is set to visit for another tour via the Xzibit Concert, Tour and Show Dates page on XzibitCentral.com page and follow us on Facebook or Twitter to be notified when the dates are locked in. 

Xzibit Interview: Xzibit Talks to DubCNN on Napalm, Family, Live Shows, Dr. Dre and Internet Memes

Posted 09 October 2012 by Justin Russo | , , | No Comments »

Xzibit sat down with DubCNN.com to talk about “Napalm“, the creative process behind it, picking the features as well as some of his personal highlights, such as the Dr. Dre-produced and Likwit Crew-assisted “Louis XIII” or the heartfelt “1983“. We also talk about his being a veteran now, nostalgia, and the energy he puts behind his live show. X also gives us some insight on balancing family life vs his music career, and how he feels about the immensely popular “Yo Dawg…” meme that was created about him on the internet.

Here is a section of the interview:

Dubcnn: Your live show has always been an important part of your career. You’ve toured constantly, overseas and back and I’ve seen you bring a lot of artists on tour with you over the years, from Defari to Krondon and now you’ve been riding with Demrick (Young De) for the past few years. What made you keep him as a part of your live show?

X: I mean I like rocking with people that are likeminded and as dedicated as I am. People that really want to come in. Like you said, the live show is really important and I made it hard for people with #1 records that come on after me, you know? I made it difficult. So you level the playing field when you get out on the stage.

If you can do a live show, you can kick anybody’s ass and that’s where we get down. We don’t play man, we get in and we know that the crowd wants to come see a Hip-Hop show and that’s what we do! I’m never to cool or too swaged out to fucking do a great show. *laughs* That’s what it’s about.

Dubcnn: You’ve got a lot of great collaborations on this album, and I noticed that you have a couple of people on there twice, like Game, B-Real or Wiz Khalifa. What was the process behind putting those records together?

X: It was created organically. The music spoke for the features. Once I started the records, I would bring the people that I felt like they need to be on the record, that sounded like they need to be on the record. I kept the features really creative, it’s not just because they’re on the song – they might not be doing no rapping whatsoever. Like WIz sung some shit and then he did a verse on some shit, Game did a hook something and then did a verse on something. It’s different, it’s structured very uniquely and I’m glad that the circle of people that I got on the record sound consistent and sounds like one body of work.

Watch or Read the full interview at DubCNN Exclusive: Xzibit talks Napalm, Family, Live Shows, Dr. Dre and Internet Memes

Xzibit Live Show Tonight (Tuesday October 9) At Porter’s Pub, San Diego, CA

Posted 09 October 2012 by Justin Russo | , , , , , | No Comments »

On the same day that Xzibit released his latest album Napalm, he will be rocking another Napalm tour live show tonight Tuesday October 9 at Porter's Pub, San Diego, CA. 

Get your tickets at: ShowClix

For directions to the venue go to: Porter's Pub, San Diego, CA on Google Maps

Here are the rest of the show dates, cities and venues :

Date City Country Venue
Wed, October 10th 2012 Phoenix, AZ United States Club Red
Thu, October 11th 2012 Tucson, AZ United States Rialto Theatre
Sat, October 13th 2012 Aspen, CO United States Belly Up
Mon, October 15th 2012 Denver, CO United States Marquis

 

As Xzibit announces more dates we will announce them to fans via this website on the Xzibit Concert, Tour and Show Dates page on XzibitCentral.com page and follow us on Facebook or Twitter to be notified when more dates are locked in. 

Xzibit’s Album Napalm Out Now! Full Set of Album Lyrics Posted on XzibitCentral.com

Posted 08 October 2012 by Justin Russo | , , , | No Comments »

Xzibit's newest album Napalm has just hit been released on iTunes and will hit store shelves in time for opening in the morning. Get out there an pick up your copy in the physical form, or hit iTunes to download the album now!

Just in time for the release we can bring you the full set of lyrics from the album. Check out the links to find the lyrics:

Xzibit Napalm album front cover lyrics from songs

Napalm Lyrics:

01. State of Hip Hop vs. Xzibit – Xzibit Lyrics
02. Everything – Xzibit Lyrics
03. Don Equis – Xzibit Lyrics
04. Something More – Xzibit Lyrics
05. Gangsta Gangsta – Xzibit Lyrics
06. Forever a G – Xzibit Lyrics
07. 1983 – Xzibit Lyrics
08. Stand Tall – Xzibit Lyrics
09. Spread It Out – Xzibit Lyrics
10. Up Out The Way – Xzibit Lyrics
11. Napalm – Xzibit Lyrics
12. Meaning of Life – Xzibit Lyrics
13. Louis XIII – Xzibit Lyrics
14. Enjoy the Night – Xzibit Lyrics
15. Movies – Xzibit Lyrics
16. I Came To Kill – Xzibit Lyrics
17. Killer’s Remorse – Xzibit Lyrics
18. 1983 Remix – Xzibit Lyrics

If you spot any errors in the lyrics please send these to webmaster@xzibitcentral.com or comment on the page of the track lyrics.
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BIOGRAPHY

Xzibit Pimp My Ride Birth Date: 18 Sep 1974
Birth Place: Detroit
Birth Name: Alvin Nathaniel Joiner

A name familiar to millions across the world - a hustler in the music, film, and television world, X is a performer as likely to be seen on-stage thrilling listeners in Germany as he is on cinema screens in blockbuster franchises like xXx 2 and The X Files: I Want To Believe. Let him tell it and he is simply "a self-made man from poverty." Throughout his career he's embodied a Do-It-Yourself mentality, resulting in the Platinum recording artist becoming a superstar with a formidable fanbase that spans the entire globe.

X began his grind to superstardom as he came to the attention of attentive Hip-Hop listenersas a member of the revered rap collective Likwit Crew. Founder and West Coast Hip-Hop veteran King Tee enlisted raucous group Tha Alkaholiks and newcomer X into the clique as original Likwit representatives. From there, the tenacious X unleashed his 1996 debut, At The Speed Of Life. Considered by many to be an underground rap classic, it arguably made him the breakout star of the Likwit collective. The album also spawned a definitive West Coast Hip-Hop cut in the cautionary "Paparazzi." "That song still gets a crazy reception from my fans," says its creator. "It first blew up overseas, but it ended up travelling everywhere. It's a timeless record." With enlightened Hip-Hop listeners swarming to offer their approval, he swiftly followed up this release with another Hip-Hop staple. Sophomore release 40 Dayz & 40 Nights was lauded by critics and fans alike, as its lead single "What U See Is What U Get" spent an astonishing six weeks atop the chart on BET's Rap City... read more at the Xzibit Biography page.

PIMP MY RIDE

Pimp My Ride DVD Cover Season 1 Mr X to the Z and the good people at West Coast Customs make people's cars go from dirt to pimped in this 30 minute show that airs weekly on MTV. Featuring Los Angeles-area aftermarket shop West Coast Customs, “MTV Pimp My Ride” selects young, automotively challenged Southern Californians and transforms their rust buckets into triumphs.

For many young adults, getting the insurance or finance to fix up their cars can be difficult and taking out a car loan is often no an option. “It’s not just about the cars anymore,” X said, but also “the boost that these kids get in their self-esteem. You can see it in their faces.” "Everybody has had a bucket in their life," said X, using L.A. slang for a clunker. He has had two of his own rides — a Hummer H2 and a Mercedes-Benz S500 — "pimped" at West Coast Customs. A typical episode begins with X paying a surprise visit to the viewer and humorously highlighting the car's numerous problem areas. Then it's off to West Coast Customs, where a team of professionals disassembles the vehicle and completely refurbishes it with custom rims and paint, plush interiors and the latest in lighting, car audio and video accessories. Wheels, Grilles, Body Kits, Customer Paint, Rims, Tires, Car Audio, Car DVD Video and Computer Systems, and many more crazy additions are transplanted into a Pimped Rides every episode! ... read more at the Pimp My Ride page.


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