Industry of the Devil
This time episode Eddie with his guest Napoleon will be talking about Hiphop. You dont want to miss it. What is hiphop? Unfortunately the people behind the hiphop, behind the scene of any this industrial music, many of them is not happy, not like the video that shown is rich, cars, money and happiness.
His mother Aquillah Beale (Puerto Rican) and his father Salek Beale (African American). When he was three years old his parents were murdered, in front of him and his two brothers, by family friends who were members of the Nation of Islam. His brother, Seike Beale, committed suicide. After this, he along with his big brother, Moonie Beale, and his little brother, Kamil “Kamillion/Hellraza/Muszamil” Beale, moved in with their grandparents in Irvington, New Jersey. In 1994, he ran into his childhood friend Yafeu “Kadafi” Fula who he hadn’t had contact with for years. Both of them were rapping and Kadafi’s godbrother was the rapper Tupac Amaru Shakur. Kadafi’s mother, Yaasmyn Fula, told Tupac about Mutah. She told him how he witnessed his parents being murdered and it made him cry. He felt he had to meet Mutah. They met and Mutah joined their group, Dramacydal. Unlike the other members he didn’t go under an alias, he just went under his first name. On April 5, 1995, Tupac’s LP, Me Against the World, was released (which sold 2 millions copies) Mutah guest appeared on the song “Outlaw.” In 1995, Napoleon, Hussein, Kadafi, Kastro, E.D.I. and Makaveli (Tupac) formed the group the Outlaw Immortalz; later renamed to the Outlawz. Tupac gave each member of the group an alias taken from an enemy of America or so called tyrants and he gave Mutah the alias Napoleon after French emperor Napoleon Bonaparte. On February 13, 1996, Tupac’s double LP All Eyez on Me was released selling 4 million copies in the U.S. Napoleon guest appeared on “Tradin’ War Stories”, “When We Ride”, “Thug Passion”, and “Run Tha Streetz.” On September 7, 1996, Tupac was shot four times in a drive-by-shooting in Las Vegas, Nevada. He was taken to University Medical Center where he died a week later. Napoleon and the rest of the Outlawz moved back to New Jersey. On November 5, Tupac’s LP, The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory, was released. Napoleon guest appeared on the song “Life Of An Outlaw.” In March 1997, Napoleon and the rest of the Outlawz with the exception of Hussein Fatal, moved back to California and signed with Death Row Records. They did this despite the fact that Tupac had several times told them not to. On December 21, 1999, the Outlawz’s debut LP, Still I Rise, was finally released selling a million records. Napoleon and the rest of the Outlawz besides Hussein Fatal formed Outlaw Recordz and released their second and third LPs, Ride Wit Us Or Collide Wit Us and Novakane, on November 7, 2000 and November 6, 2001. One of the first artists who signed with Outlaw Recordz was Napoleon’s brother Hellraza. Napoleon made his acting debut in Thug Life which also starred The Lady of Rage and Willie D.