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

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.

Xzibit Video: Billboard presents Xzibit – Close Up – Go Behind the Music and Backstage with Xzibit

On the eve of the release of Xzibit's new album 'Napalm', a new documentary Directed by Matt Alonzo takes us behind the music and backstage with Xzibit during his performances and appearances leading to the "Napalm" album. In association with Skee.TV & Modern Artists, Billboard presents Xzibit: Close Up.

Xzibit – Close Up

Look out for Xzibit's new album Napalm which will be out on iTunes and in the stores of US at 9th of October, and 8th of October in Europe! Buy the album online at http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/napalm-deluxe-edition/id562467052?ign-mpt=uo%3D4

Xzibit Live Show Tonight (Monday October 8) At The Observatory, Santa Ana, CA

 

Xzibit will rock the 4th show from the Napalm tour tonight Monday October 8, just a day before his new album 'Napalm' is set to hit the stores in the US. Xzibit will be playing at The Observatory, Santa Ana, CA. 

Get your tickets at: TicketWeb

For directions to the venue go to: The Observatory, Santa Ana, CA on Google Maps

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

DateCityCountryVenue
Tue, October 9th 2012San Diego, CAUnited StatesPorter’s Pub
Wed, October 10th 2012Phoenix, AZUnited StatesClub Red
Thu, October 11th 2012Tucson, AZUnited StatesRialto Theatre
Sat, October 13th 2012Aspen, COUnited StatesBelly Up
Mon, October 15th 2012Denver, COUnited StatesMarquis

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. 

Seal Team Six: The Raid on Osama Bin Laden (formally known as Code Name: Geronimo) to be Released Sunday November 4

On Sunday, November 4, two days before the Presidential Election, the National Geographic Channel will broadcast “Seal Team Six: The Raid on Osama Bin Laden.” Directed by John Stockwell, the film depicts, obviously, the events leading up to the killing of the al-Qaeda leader by a team of United States Navy SEALs on May 2, 2011. The film was formally known as Code Name: Geronimo.

The cast of “Seal Team Six” includes Cam Gigandet, Anson Mount, Robert Knepper, William Fichtner, Freddy Rodriquez, the rapper Xzibit, Kathleen Robertson, “American Pie” alumnus Eddie Kaye Thomas, and Kenneth Miller. Xzibit plays the part of a member of the SEAL team. Check out the trailer:

New Xzibit Interview – Xzibit Speaks On: New Album ‘Napalm’, Hosting The TV Show ‘Pimp My Ride’ & New Movie ‘Code Name: Geronimo’

Xzibit sat down with The Tribune to discuss Xzibit's new album Napalm, Pimp My Ride and the new movie 'Code Name: Geronimo'. Read the full interview at Sanluisobispo.com.

Xzibit is set to perform at Fall Frenzy concert at Pozo Saloon, Pozo, CA on Sunday October 7:

“You can’t count me out,” the gravel-voiced rapper said. “I’m here. I’m stronger than ever. I’m coming to (mess) you up.” Xzibit reiterates that message in his aggressive new album, “Napalm,” his first since 2006’s “Full Circle.” “This is the time, the opportunity for me to come back and (succeed),” said Xzibit, who performs Sunday at the second annual Fall Frenzy at the Pozo Saloon alongside Kendrick Lamar, 2 Chainz, DMX and other hip hop acts.

Xzibit touched on the days where he hosted the highly successful TV show 'Pimp My Ride':

In 2004, Xzibit found widespread fame as the wisecracking host of MTV’s “Pimp My Ride.” On the makeover show, Los Angeles auto shop West Coast Customs transformed dilapidated vehicles into dream rides tricked out with all the latest toys — everything from a plasma television to an espresso maker.

“There was an element of wish fulfillment,” Xzibit said, an aspect that set “Pimp My Ride” apart from other reality series at the time. “Other shows were based on somebody’s humiliation or personal flaw…. (In our case) the shock value was somebody receiving something.”

Xzibit described the popularity of “Pimp My Ride,” which went off the air in 2007, as a “double-edged sword.” “Those people see me on the street and expect me to fix their car,” he quipped.

“They think I act a certain way, like I’m jovial all the time. … ‘There’s that cute grizzly bear. Let me go and pet him.’”

Xzibit discussed the upcoming movie 'Code Name: Geronimo' and the documentary he shot while in Iraq with US Troops:

 

His upcoming film “Code Name: Geronimo,” co-starring Cam Gigandet and Anson Mount, follows the Navy SEAL team that took down Osama Bin Laden.

Xzibit hopes to eventually follow in the footsteps of rapper-turned-actor Ice-T, star of “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit,” and Cube, who parlayed his hip hop fame into a number of film and TV franchises (“Are We There Yet?”, “Barbershop” and “Friday”).

“I can only do so many co-starring roles, I can only do so many guest appearances before I wear out my welcome,” Xzibit said. “My next step in movies (is to) put out my own project.”

Meanwhile, he’s embarking on a new chapter in his music career with “Napalm,” which features collaborations with the likes of E-40 and Wiz Khalifa. Xzibit filmed the music video for the rock-flavored title track during a recent tour of Iraq. “It was literally the perfect backdrop for the aggression of the record,” said Xzibit, who shot a four-part documentary about his trip. “When I went to Iraq and put a visual to it, I realized, ‘This is the backbone to the record. This is where the power lies.’”


Xzibit's new album 'Napalm' hits stores in the US on October 9. Keep it locked to XzibitCentral.com for more Napalm news, tour dates and exclusives.