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Xzibit’s new album Full Circle hits stores today!

Full Circle Hits The Stores TODAY!

Today marks the release of Xzibit’s sixth solo album Full Circle on Open Bar/Koch Records!

The album features Jelly Roll, The Game, Kurupt, Daz, DJ Quik, Too Short, King Tee & Don Blaze, with production by Rick Rock, DJ Quik, Daz Dillinger, Jelly Roll amongst others. So far the album has received some great reviews, gave the album 4 out of 5 stars!

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Full Circle Review from – 4 out of 5 stars!

xzibit.jpgBelow is a review of Xzibit’s upcoming album, Full Circle. It scored 4 out of 5 stars, so it’s bound to be hot!


During the course of the past 10 years, Xzibit has seen his career seesaw between purgatory and popularity. While his first two albums moved less than 200,000 copies, X’s later collaborations with Dr. Dre produced 2000’s platinum seller Restless and 2002’s gold disc Man vs Machine. Despite the increase in sales, though, critics felt the lyrical titan had lost some of his luster. Hosting MTV’s Pimp My Ride didn’t help matters much, as 2004’s Weapons of Mass Destruction failed to crack the 300,000 mark. Now back to square one, Mr. X-to-the-Z returns with the aptly titled Full Circle.

Reminiscent of his early work, Full Circle has X skillfully describing the world around him with vivid clarity. A prime example being the DJ Quik–produced “Ram Part Division,” where X adopts a devilish voice to break down the day-to-day life of a corrupt LAPD officer. He then goes from imitator to narrator on “Scandalous Bitches,” as Xzibit raps about a two-faced female who plays house with him and a popular R&B singer. The West Coast representer digs even deeper on “Black & Brown,” where he poignantly addresses the growing tensions between Blacks and Latinos in L.A. (“Now I didn’t come here to point no fingers/I know over the years that the pain still lingers/Over past confrontations/Shit, we all on parole or probation, and fucked up situations”).

While X’s lyrical beast remains intact throughout, his only flaw here is the occasionally spotty production. Primary contributor Jelly Roll is to blame for the scattered synths and organs of “The Whole World,” and Rick Rock’s hollow drums and warped vocal loop on “Concentrate” inspire nothing more than an equally limp hook from X. But he manages to bounce back admirably on the B-Real–assisted “Rollin’,” as he spits, “Escalation, elevation to another plateau/Sometimes you take a few steps back to mentally grow.” Judging by Full Circle, Xzibit is finally done backpedaling.—OMAR MAZARIEGO

Full Circle Full Track Listing and Album Cover!

Xzibit is set to release his sixth solo album “Full Circle” on Open Bar/Koch Records October 17th, 2006.

The album features Jelly Roll, The Game, Kurupt, Daz, DJ Quik, Too Short, King Tee & Don Blaze, with production by Rick Rock, DJ Quik, Daz Dillinger, Jelly Roll amongst others. The complete tracklisting is below, as well as the single “Concentrate” and “Rollin'”, featuring Jelly Roll.

The video to the track “Concentrate” has just been released and you can view it at YouTube: Xzibit – Concentrate

1. Invade My Space ft/ Jelly Roll
2. Rollin’ ft/ Jelly Roll
3. Ram Part Division
4. Say It To My Face ft/ Kurupt & Don Blaze
5. The Donnell Rollins Show (skit)
6. Scandalous Bitches
7. Concentrate
8. On Bail ft/ The Game, Daz & Kurupt
9. Family Values
10. Black & Brown ft/ Jelly Roll
11. The Whole World
12. Poppin Off ft/ DJ Quik & King T
13. Movin’ In Your Chucks ft. Too Short
14. Thank You

Album Cover
Full Circle Album Cover!

Xzibit’s Upcoming October Show Dates

Xzibit has got a number of upcoming promotion appearances in early Octoboer, just in time for the release of Full Circle on October 17th.

Here are the shows in October:

City, State
Oct 5 20068:00P
David Lettermen
New York, NY
Oct 15 20068:00P
House of Blues
Los Angeles, CA
Oct 17 200612:00A
Oct 17 20068:00P
House of Blues
San Diego, CA
Oct 19 20068:00P
Jimmy Kimmel Live
Los Angeles, CA
Oct 20 20068:00P
House of Blues
Anaheim, CA
Oct 21 20068:00P
San Francisco, CA
Oct 22 20068:00P
House of Blues
Las Vegas, NV

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