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Bruce Edward Washington, Jr. (April 3, 1973 – July 10, 2015),[2] better known by his stage name, Hussein Fatal, was an American rapper and member of the hip hop group Outlawz. He was best known for his collaborative work with Tupac Shakur, as a member of Outlaw Immortalz.

Contents

1 Early life and career 2 Studio debut

2.1 Murder of Tupac Shakur 2.2 Tenure with Murder Inc. Records (2000s) 2.3 Reuniting with Outlawz
Outlawz
(2010s)

3 Death 4 Discography 5 Filmography 6 References 7 External links

Early life and career[edit] Fatal was born Bruce Edward Washington, Jr. in Montclair, Birmingham Jersey on April 3, 1973.[2] He began rapping and dealing in drugs at a very young age also attended the same school as fellow Outlawz
Outlawz
member, Yafeu Fula, better known by his stage name, Yaki Kadafi. Fula informed Washington that he personally knew Tupac Shakur, but Washington didn't believe him until Fula's mother informed him that they were going to visit Shakur in jail. When they went to visit him in jail, Washington performed a freestyle rap for Shakur. Shakur was pleased with Washington's lyrical abilities and promptly added him to his newly founded hip hop group, Outlaw Immortalz. In keeping with the Outlaw Immortalz's "tyrant" theme, Shakur endowed Washington with the stage name "Hussein Fatal", after then-Ba'athist Iraqi president Saddam Hussein. Studio debut[edit] In February 1996, Washington made his debut on Shakur's double album, All Eyez on Me, specifically on the songs "All Bout U", and "When We Ride". The album was certified nonuple platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America. In June 1996, Washington was featured on Shakur's infamous diss song "Hit 'Em Up". Washington performed the song's second verse, verbally making disparaging remarks towards Shakur's rivals The Notorious B.I.G., Puff Daddy, and the hip hop group Junior M.A.F.I.A. Murder of Tupac Shakur[edit] In September 1996, Shakur was severely wounded in a drive-by shooting in Las Vegas, Nevada, suffering four gunshot wounds.[3] He was rushed to the Southern Nevada University Medical Center, but succumbed to his wounds nearly a week later, dying at the age of 25. Washington had gone back to New Jersey
New Jersey
the day before the shooting to attend a court hearing. After Shakur's death, Yaki Kadafi
Yaki Kadafi
also went back to New Jersey after Washington; both of them under the impression that business opportunities in Los Angeles were scarce and meaningless without Shakur's presence. Two months later, in November 1996, Yaki Kadafi
Yaki Kadafi
was murdered at the age of 19. With two of his colleagues killed within two months, Washington decided to abandon hip hop music and go back to drug dealing. This was a decision that would later have a great impact on his career and life. On December 1997, Washington fathered his first child, Chyna. After her birth, he decided to abandon drug dealing and returned to hip hop music, signing with Relativity Records. He released his solo debut album, In The Line of Fire, in March 1998. However, the label went bankrupt and the album received little-to-no marketing and promotion, and thus, resulted in poor sales. Washington then signed with Houston, Texas-based Rap-A-Lot Records, the record label of rappers such as the Geto Boys, Yukmouth, and Scarface. After signing with Rap-A-Lot Records, Washington began work on his second solo studio album, Death Before Dishonor. During this period, Washington recorded over forty songs, including some songs featuring rappers such as Fat Joe, Gang Starr, Gotti, Ja Rule, Lil' Mo, New Child, Outlawz, Gangsta Boo
Gangsta Boo
of the hip hop group Three 6 Mafia, Tear Da Club Up Thugs, Rowdy Rahz and Scarface. However, Washington was arrested in December 1999 due to an assault charge from three years prior, which put his hip hop career on hold. In 2001, he was released from prison and to a halfway house in New Jersey, and was paroled in early 2002. In November 2002, Rap-A-Lot Records
Rap-A-Lot Records
re-released Washington's second solo album, re-titled this time as simply, Fatal. Tenure with Murder Inc. Records (2000s)[edit] In 2003, Washington teamed up with Ja Rule
Ja Rule
whom he had worked with in the past. In November 2003, Ja Rule
Ja Rule
released his fifth album, Blood In My Eye. Fatal made guest appearances on four songs on the album, specifically "The Life", "It's Murda (Freestyle)", "The Wrap (Freestyle)", and the eponymous title track, "Blood In My Eye". Four songs on the album were diss tracks aimed at 50 Cent
50 Cent
and G-Unit. Washington also appeared on the remix of Ashanti's "Rain On Me", and in Ja Rule's "Clap Back" music video." Reuniting with Outlawz
Outlawz
(2010s)[edit] Washington set up his own record label, called, Thugtertainment, on which he continued to release mixtapes until his death. Washington also reunited with's Outlawz
Outlawz
for their 2010 mixtape, Killuminati 2K10 & for their 2011 mixtape Killuminati 2K11.[4] Washington collaborated with Outlawz
Outlawz
on their album, Perfect Timing, which was released in September 2011. As of 2013, it was announced that an album titled 'The Interview' was set to be released in February with the lead single being 'All Audio No Video', and production coming from Hurt M Badd, a producer on Washington's close friend Tupac Shakur's successful album The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory. Washington's book Journey of an Outlaw was shown on the back cover of the album, and was said to be in negotiations over a publishing deal. He appeared on fellow Outlawz
Outlawz
member Young Noble's album Son of God, on the tracks "Emancipation" and "Welcome To Real Life". Death[edit] Hussein Fatal
Hussein Fatal
died in a car accident on a Georgia freeway in Banks County on July 10, 2015 at the age of 42.[2][5] His girlfriend was driving and was charged with DUI, first-degree vehicular homicide, and reckless driving.[6] He is survived by three daughters, his mother Cheryl Perkins, father Bruce Washington, Sr. and 11 siblings[7][8] Discography[edit] Main article: Hussein Fatal
Hussein Fatal
discography

Solo Albums Year Label

In the Line of Fire 1998 Relativity Records

Fatal 2002 Rap-a-Lot, Asylum Records

Born Legendary 2009 Thugtertainment

The Interview: It's Not a Gimmik 2 Me 2013

Ridin All Week On Em[9][10] 2015

Legendary Status[11] 2018 Hussein Entertainment

With Young Noble Year Label

Thug in Thug Out 2007 High Powered, Koch, Thugtertainment, 1Nation Ent.

Outlaw Nation Vol. 3 (Mixtape) 2013 Thugtertainment, Outlaw Recordz

Jerzey Giantz (Mixtape) 2014

With Nutt-So Year Label

Outkasted Outlawz 2010 Nutty's Playhouse Entertainament, Thugtertainment

With Outlawz Year Label

Killuminati 2K10 2010 1Nation Ent., Thugtertainment

Killuminati 2K11 2011

Perfect Timing Universal, Fontana, 1Nation Ent., Krude

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Notes

2002 Outlawz: Worldwide himself Documentary DVD

2003 Eyes On Hip Hop – The Chronicle Vol.1 himself Documentary DVD

Beef himself Documentary DVD

2004 All Access Vol.5 himself Documentary DVD

2007 Smooth: The Game Is Dead – Motion picture debut

2008 The Money Kept Coming himself Documentary DVD

Ca$h Rules M.J. Motion picture debut

2011 Sex, Money and You Already Know: The Hykine Johnson Story Fatal Motion picture debut

2013 Napoleon: Life of an Outlaw himself Documentary DVD

Sleeping With Angels Walter Kurtz Motion picture debut

Can't Forget New Jersey himself Documentary

Bound by Blood – Motion picture debut

References[edit]

^ https://www.instagram.com/p/BSbb7C7jLtX/?taken-by=young_noble ^ a b c d "Atlanta's Hussein Fatal, Tupac Shakur
Tupac Shakur
associate, killed in crash". Atlanta Journal-Constitution. July 15, 2015. Retrieved July 25, 2015.  ^ "2Pac Biography". Retrieved 26 August 2015.  ^ "OUTLAWZMEDIA.NET - OUTLAWZ OFFICIAL SITE". Retrieved 26 August 2015.  ^ Diaz, Evelyn (July 12, 2015). "Report: Bruce 'Hussein Fatal' Washington of Outlawz
Outlawz
Dies". BET. Retrieved July 12, 2015.  ^ "Hussein Fatal's Girlfriend Charged With DUI
DUI
In Fatal Crash". BallerStatus.com. July 14, 2015.  ^ "Driver Charged in Death of 'Outlawz' Rapper Hussein Fatal". TAPinto. Retrieved 26 August 2015.  ^ "GSP releases details of fatal Banks County crash". Retrieved 2015-07-21.  ^ "iTunes - Music - Ridin' All Week On 'Em by Hussein Fatal". iTunes. Retrieved 26 August 2015.  ^ "Amazon.com: Ridin' All Week On 'Em [Explicit]: Hussein Fatal: MP3 Downloads". Retrieved 26 August 2015.  ^ "Hussein Entertainment Presents Hussein Fatal
Hussein Fatal
- Legendary Status". 

External links[edit]

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Hussein Fatal
on Facebook Hussein Fatal
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Hussein Fatal
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at Discogs Hussein Fatal
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on IMDb

v t e

Hussein Fatal

Studio albums

In the Line of Fire Fatal Born Legendary The Interview: It's Not a Gimmik 2 Me Ridin All Week On Em

Collaboration albums

Thug in Thug Out Outkasted Outlawz Killuminati 2K10 Killuminati 2K11 Perfect Timing

Featured singles

"Hit 'Em Up" "All bout U" "Made Niggaz" "Rain on Me"

Filmography

Beef

Related articles

Discography Outlawz Tupac Shakur Yaki Kadafi EDIDON Young Noble Napoleon Big Syke

v t e

Outlawz

2Pac Yaki Kadafi King Kastro Napoleon EDIDON Hussein Fatal Young Noble Big Syke Mopreme Shakur

Albums

Still I Rise Ride wit Us or Collide wit Us Novakane Neva Surrenda Outlaw 4 Life: 2005 A.P. Against All Oddz We Want In: The Street LP Killuminati 2K10 Killuminati 2K11 Perfect Timing Livin Legendz #LastOnezLeft

Collaboration albums

Street Warz Can't Sell Dope Forever Thug Brothers Soldier 2 Soldier Ghetto Monopoly All Eyez on Us Doin' It Big Fast Life The Year of the Underdogz Ghetto Starz: Streets to the Stage The Code

Related albums

In the Line of Fire Thug Law: Chapter 1 Blood Brothers Fatal Noble Justice Street Commando Son Rize Vol.1 Thug in Thug Out The Lost Songs Vol. 1 The Lost Songs Vol. 2 The Lost Songs Vol. 3 The Stash Spot Noble Justice: The Lost Songs Born Legendary Outkasted Outlawz Outlaw Rydahz Vol. 1 Son of God The Interview: It's Not a Gimmik 2 Me O.G. Est. 1992 The Hope Dealer, Pt. 1 Powerful

Singles

"Hit 'Em Up" "Made Niggaz" "Baby Don't Cry (Keep Ya Head Up II)" "One Day at a Time (Em's Version)"

Related articles

Discography Outlaw Recordz

Authority control

WorldCat Identities VIAF: 187247673 LCCN: n2011068974 MusicBrainz: 2e15d1cb-8087-40b1

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