Since the release of his 1996 debut "At The Speed Of Life," Xzibit has released five full length albums including the 2000 blockbuster "Restless" which included "X," produced by Dr. Dre. Xzibit has also expanded his visibility with high profile step-outs, including Dr. Dre's 2001 monster release, huge concert tours like 2000's "Up In Smoke" and roles in movies like "8 Mile" with Eminem and "The Gridiron Gang" with Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson.
Lately, Xzibit has focused his attention on hosting his hit MTV series "Pimp My Ride." Now he's back with his new full length album "Full Circle," an aggressive return to form. It features some of his most political anthems to date, along with the Rick Rock produced single "Concentrate." "Full Circle" also features The Game, DJ Quik, T-Pain, Too Short, Daz, Kurupt, and comedian Donnell Rawlings from the hit series "The Dave Chappelle Show."