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P delivers the third volume in his Head N**** In Charge solo series. Featuring Havoc, French Montana, Cory Gunz, Waka Flocka and others.

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5 Responses to "Prodigy of Mobb Deep – “H.N.I.C. 3″ (Mixtape)"
  • battle hound says:

    Looks good, Havoc produced a handful

    only can download one at a time from soundcloud
    here is the mfire link from complex magazine

  • Dayz says:

    Well HNIC 3 is here… SMH… This is so horrible it’s sad. Prodigy has been the most disappointing emcee ever in the Hip Hop world to me. He has one of the best voices and he had such great lyrics and flows on the first few Mobb Deep LPs and the first HNIC. But then he fell from grace and fell hard… He had a couple good songs on Bumpy Johnson LP and EP and with his incarceration I was looking forward to hearing what I thought might be a reinvigorated artist, WRONG!!! Sorry but this mixtape is absolutely unlistenable and this comes from one of the biggest Mobb Deep fans ever! I try so hard and force myself to listen to their new material several times cause I want to like it but they need to just give up at this point. They are embarassing themselves. The 90′s Prodigy would have b!tch slapped his future self for making a song with the likes of Wacka Flocka! Seriously out of all the emcees out there he choose Waka and French Montana those two no talent ass clowns to be on his release??? Disgraceful! I saw an interview with P talking about working with these new cats cause that’s his way of staying relevant… No staying relevant is making good music not just collaborating with any whack Hip Pop rapper cause you think you’ll look cool to the Tween market… GTFOH with that stupid logic P! But to make this situation so hard to understand is that he came with an absolutely amazing verse on Gangrene’s Dump Truck track!?! Was it because he was around ALC and OhNo and they inspired the real P back??? I don’t know but that Black Cocaine EP was “dog sh!t” for real, I also thought that song was whack, even Nas sounded uninspired… So PLEASE MOBB DEEP ride of into the sunset before your legacy is completely ruined!!!

  • battle hound says:

    @Dayz, tis to true, this misstape, hellbum is terrible, i’m with you, P is one of my most favoured rappers and Mobb are the best crime rap duo but this thing he released should not have been, it only damages his legacy

    BTW I think loud records should reform for one year and release new Wu-Tang Clan, Big Punisher??, Mobb Deep, The Beatnuts, M.O.P., Tha Alkaholiks, Pete Rock, Xzibit, Twista, Dead Prez, The Dwellas and The X-Ecutioners albums

  • Model Citizen says:

    @Dayz, how do you really feel? Haha, I agree with you. I don’t really see why these dudes from the 90′s think that they’re going to have success trying to appeal to all of these demographics that could really give a fuck about them or the classic material they dropped in their prime. I can see going outside of the box to keep yourself satisfied creatively, but alienating your core fanbase in the hopes of gaining the attention of the fickle teeny bopper market is a stupid move. Sometimes I wonder if a dude like Prodigy would actually bump some of this shit on his own time. How could a dude that had a part in creating a record like “The Infamous” think putting out a song with Wack Flocka is a good look? Does he think Wack Flocka’s fanbase is going to get behind him because they’ve done a collabo on a mixtape that Wacka Flocka’s fans will never hear? It makes no sense.

  • Dayz says:

    @battle hound yeah man Loud records in the 90′s was the cream of the crop! Every LP they dropped was hot! Ah man what a glorious time that was!

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