Saturday (November 5), marked the 20th anniversary of Pac’s infamous Makavelli album and the remaining Outlawz, Young Noble and Edi A Mean, felt it only fitting to drop one of Hussein Fatal’s last recordings before his untimely death last year, as a tribute to him, Pac and of course Afeni Shakur.
“So Much Pain” was something Hussein and San Antonio producer, Ryan Elder of Elder Entertainment, LLC worked on together just prior to Hussein’s fatal July 2015 accident.
After some much needed healing time, Ryan decided to rework the track with Ace1 and reached out to Young Noble and E.D.I. Mean, who were anxious to put the finishing touches on it to honor their fallen comrade.
“I was just honored to be a part of the project and thankful to be able to pay homage to Fatal, Kadafi, and Pac.” Ryan finishes.
Also making an appearance is Elder’s up-and-coming R&B artist, Mike Green, who has a number of releases planned in the coming months.
“It’s a powerful record. We don’t like to re-do 2pac songs, but I think we did this one justice and did it in a different way,” Young Noble said of the track.
“With being one of the last tracks we got to do with our brother Hussein Fatal, it has turned into a dedication song for him, Afeni, and all our other fallen comrades. R.I.P.!” added E.D.I. Mean.
“So Much Pain” has also been blessed with a Dr. Teeth-directed video which just hit the channels this weekend and will be making the rounds soonest. Stay tuned for that.