“A Day In The Life” appears on A-Villa’s debut LP, Carry On Tradition, due 11/4 via Closed Sessions. The album features Killer Mike, Lil’ Fame, Action Bronson, Big K.R.I.T., Roc Marciano, N.O.R.E., Fashawn, Freddie Gibbs, Kool G Rap & many more.
After 20 years of crafting tracks, legendary producer Havoc of Mobb Deep is making a selection of his signature sounds available to producers everywhere. The Infamous Producer Kit features over 200 sounds used on classic Mobb Deep albums like The Infamous, from Havoc’s earliest productions all the way up to the present day.
With his new solo album 13 now in stores everywhere, Havoc of Mobb Deep debuts the new music video “Eyes Open” featuring Twista. 13 also features appearances Royce Da 5’9″, Raekwon, Styles P, and Lloyd Banks, plus production from Statik Selektah and Havoc himself.
Hav teams with Lloyd Banks for this clip from 13, which hits May 7th.
Havoc of Mobb Deep and Lloyd Banks of G-Unit speak on their new collaboration “Life We Chose,” off Havoc’s new album “13″, in stores May 7th. “13″ also features Royce Da 5’9″, Raekwon, Styles P, Twista, and more.
Havoc of Mobb Deep debuts the latest single off his new album “13″, in stores May 7th. “Life We Chose” features Lloyd Banks and production by Havoc.
Havoc of Mobb Deep presents the new music video for “Gone”, off his upcoming album 13. Album in stores everywhere May 7th, 2013. Video directed by Robbie Barclay.
Fresh off anouncing a Mobb Deep tour, Havoc is back with his new single “Gone”. Produced by Havoc himself, “Gone” will be included on the emcee/producer’s upcoming sophomore album 13. 13 hits stores everywhere on May 7th, 2013.
Oh, Hello, meet Havoc, an America rapper, record producer and one half of the hip-hop duo Mobb Deep. Havoc sits down with us to share the early years of his career and being in the studio as a young musician.
Despite an attempted cover-up of Mobb Deep’s live-via-Twitter-fallout a few months back, Havoc set the record straight, admitting the inflammatory Tweets sent towards Prodigy were indeed from him. He closes out this interview revealing that Mobb Deep are on indefinite hiatus….
Another track from Stat and Term’s 1982 sophomore LP, due out May 22nd.
One more from ‘Mega’s Raw Forever, hitting September 27th, along with everything else. LISTEN: Cormega – “VII” (feat. Blaq Poet, Tragedy Khadafi, Havoc)
This sounds like a winner; surely it’s gotta be better than “It’s Mine”. Havoc tweeted the artwork out, look for the single on Itunes soon. Update: That didn’t take long. LISTEN: Mobb Deep – “Dog Sh*t” (feat. Nas; prod. Alchemist) Mobb Deep – “Dog Sh*t” (feat. Nas; prod. Alchemist)
Funk Flex debuted this last week, marking the official return of Mobb Deep since P’s release. We’ll break our no-tags rule for the M-O-Double-B. LISTEN: Mobb Deep – “Love Ya’ll More”
Consequence kicked off the weekend and Tweeted this new Queens collaboration, taken from Movies On Demand 2, dropping soon. LISTEN: Consequence – “Fake ID” (feat. Q-Tip + Large Professor + Havoc) (MP3) Consequence – “Fake ID” (feat. Q-Tip + Large Professor + Havoc) (MP3)
Havoc of Mobb Deep sits down with XXL to talk about his production and finally working with Eminem on his new album Recovery. Earlier this morning on his Shade 45 Sirius Satelite radio station, Eminem revealed that Havoc landed a spot on his new album, Recovery. XXLMag.com quickly picked up the jack to speak to [cont.]
Brooklyn femcee signed with Raekwon’s Ice H2o Records makes her official debut, over a beat produced by Mobb Deep’s Havoc. Taken from the upcoming mixtape, “The Meltdown”. Glacierz Da’ViLLe – “DNA” (prod. Havoc of Mobb Deep) (MP3)
Here we go with the B-Side, remix, whatever of Alchemist’s 2008 track, “Key To The City.” This one, “More Keys” features Havoc. The Alchemist + Havoc – “More Keys” (MP3)
If there was a dollar floating around for every time a rapper changed his style upon tasting success or simply softened as the years rolled on, we probably wouldn’t be hearing daily stories about recessions and bailouts right now. Fortunately for fans of Mobb Deep’s Havoc, he’s returned to the street-focused mentality of his Infamous [cont.]
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