Outlawz in 1996

Also known as

Outlaw Immortalz


Montclair, New Jersey, United States


Hip hop


Outlaw, Ca$hville, Amaru, Death Row, Real Talk, Koch, Rap-A-Lot

Associated acts

2Pac, Bone Brothers, Bun B, C-Bo, dead prez, Kane & Abel, Krayzie Bone, Scarface, Tech N9ne, Tha Dogg Pound, Young Buck, Yukmouth


Past members

Outlawz, originally known as Outlaw Immortalz, is an American hip hop group formed in late 1995 by Tupac Shakur after his release from prison. Collectively, they are best known for the numerous songs and albums they did with Shakur. Each of the group members, except for Storm and Young Noble, had stage names coinciding with the names of various leaders who resisted control by the new world order.

The group was most prominent in 1995 and 1996, when the majority of the group's members contributed to Shakur's albums All Eyez on Me and The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory. After his death in late 1996, members of the group gradually departed. Outlawz now exists as a duo consisting of E.D.I. Mean and Young Noble.


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