Mutah Wassin Shabazz Beale, better known as Napoleon, is a former member of Tupac Shakur‘s rap group the Outlawz.  He first appeared on 2pac‘s 1995 album, Me Against The World, followed by appearances on 2pac‘s, All Eyez On Me, a feature on infamous B-Side record “Hit Em’ Up” &  a series of 2pac posthumous releases, as well as, 4 albums from the Outlawz.

In 2006, Napoleon was set to release his debut solo album, but, opted to shelf the project and refocus his life on his religious beliefs.  Beale, a devout Muslim, has since retired from the music industry and  is now a motivational speaker.  He’s traveled to Europe, Australia, the Middle East and more, speaking about his life, his past experiences in the music industry and his journey back to Islam.

In 2009, Beale launched his own clothing, Miim, which is broken down into acronym, “My Inspiration Isn’t Money“.

Later that year, it was announced that a documentary on Beale‘s life and work was being undertaken, titled Napoleon: Life of an Outlaw.

Mutah recently did an interview with MTV (U.K.), after a successful screening of the documentary in London.  In the interview, he speaks about the documentary and his reasoning behind pushing the project.  Check out the interview here

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Napoleon:  Life Of An Outlaw (Official Documentary Trailer)