First offering from The Infamous Mobb Deep, hitting this March 2014.
Havoc of Mobb Deep sits in within The Breakfast Club. Yes, they grill him about 2012′s Mobb Deep breakup and, uh, “penis pictures”. He also talks about the new Mobb Deep album, which will be a double disc album, with the second disc being a “Lost Tapes” from The Infamous recording sessions….
Mack Wilds borrows Mobb Deep’s “Burn” beat for this Salaam Remi produced remix of “Henny”, so naturally Hav and P drop some verses on it. French is here, too.
In our latest episode of The Process with Peter Rosenberg, Prodigy details how he got into the rap game.
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.
Mobb Deep’s Havoc talks about his recent solo album 13.
In this interview with Sermon’s Domain, Mobb Deep speaks on the following: Highlights of the show in Seattle at The Crocodile (0:00) How they feel still being active and relevant after 20 years (1:43) Havoc’s favorite usage of the number 13 (1:57) If they look for advice from each other on their solo albums (2:20) [cont.]
Funk Flex debuts this Mobb Deep remix of Havoc’s “Life We Chose”, from his new LP, 13. Nice to see dudes working together again.
At Paid Dues 2013, the reunited Mobb Deep talk about their 20th anniversary tour and give updates on their upcoming solo albums: Havoc’s 13 and Prodigy’s Albert Einstein.
We usually don’t post live performance videos, thanks to lousy shaky cam footage and poor audio, but in certain cases we make exceptions – like when Mobb Deep reunites for Paid Dues, which happened on Saturday.
Mobb Deep explain that they are “like brothers” who “go through things”. They explain that everything is cool now, and the most important thing is the music of Mobb Deep. Get More: Mobb Deep, Music News
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.
After last year’s very public breakup, Mobb Deep will make amends and reunite to perform for the 20th anniversary as a group, for March’s Paid Dues event, TMZ reports. Sources say this is the first of many shows that will be a part of a world tour that will kick off this April.
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.
Eve spits over Mobb Deep’s “Quiet Storm” instrumental.
Thisis50 & Young Jack Thriller recently spoke with Prodigy for an exclusive interview. He discusses Havoc putting out diss records, “Bumpy Johnson”, new album and upcoming fiction book, snitching, why he doesn’t want to sign to a major, how you can submit music to him & more. He also reveals that he is working on [cont.]
Producer/Engineer Nastee shares his experience on mixing Mobb Deep’s classic single, “Quiet Storm”.
Alternate cut of P’s “Live”, shot by QButta.
Eh, this saddens us to see one of our favorite crews ever making dis records towards one another. Even if their best days are behind them.
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