Thisis50 & Young Jack Thriller recently spoke with Prodigy for an exclusive interview. In part 1, he talks about his biggest misconception and the origin of the Tupac beef. Stay tuned next week for part 2 of our interview with Prodigy.
The P speaks on what separates Mobb Deep from other crews, ending their deal with G-Unit, the new EP, Rock The Bells, and more.
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Mobb Deep: Never Missed A Step from Ruby Hornet on Vimeo.
From New World Agenda, hitting Jan. 24th. Download
Mobb Deep have announced they are working on an untitled album produced enitrely by The Alchemist. While the Mobb offered little details about the album, reps for the pair said Al would be responsible for all of the production plus securing the guest spots. Prodigy is also working on his second book since releasing his [cont.]
As I open the product, my body starts to shake in anticipation. The latest drug to hit the street, pure and uncut, a newfound experience with Mobb Deep’s Black Cocaine. Once I begin to take it in, my dopamine reactors start to surge. A reggae chant on “Dead Man Shoes” is a unique approach for [cont.]
Another one from the Mobb’s Black Cocaine EP, which hits Tuesday. Download
From the Black Cocaine EP, hitting November 21st. Download
From Mobb Deep’s Black Cocaine EP, getting Bounty Killer out of rap retirement. Dark and lovely. Download
As debuted by Funk Flex. LISTEN: Mobb Deep – “Street Lights” (prod. J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League)
Jay Electronica spent the day recording this track with Mobb Deep, which may or may not make it on the Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3 soundtrack. Either way, that shit cray. LISTEN: Jay Electronica – “Call Of Duty (Modern Warfare 3)” (feat. Mobb Deep)
Hitting November 25th, aka Black Friday. “The cover art for the Black Cocaine EP was an idea I came up with then passed over to the [Sony] RED art department. They brought my thoughts to life,” Prodigy told MTV News. “Havoc and I laughed the other day about how hustlers are gonna try to make [cont.]
Aaron LaCrate shows off this new collabo with Mobb Deep, in honor of the first successful Milkcrate Athletics t-shirt, the “Illson” design. The track will go on to be the soundtrack to their winter 2011 line. LISTEN: Mobb Deep – “Illson 2012″ (feat. Aaron Lacrate) Mobb Deep – “Illson 2012″ (feat. Aaron Lacrate)
2012 comes early this year, as Aaron LaCrate & Mobb Deep break down the Dun Language, Loud Records, and Q-Tip, This behind the scenes video is a classic snap shot into the life and styles of Aaron LaCrate and Milkcrate….
Reebok Classics and Rock The Bells brings you exclusive… RZA! “I try to make albums like movies, man.” Catching up with RZA behind the scenes at Rock the Bells, it was clear that he sees everything through the prism of a movie screen, including Wu-Tang’s 1993 classic album Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers). When asked [cont.]
There’s some food porn in this video.
Full press release reads as follows: Legendary multi-platinum rap duo Mobb Deep inked a label deal today with national distribution company RED Distribution (a division of Sony Music Entertainment) for their imprint Infamous Records. The New York based label will be run and managed by Mobb Deep, which has appeared on records totaling more than [cont.]
Mobb Deep’s Prodigy speaks from the studio about the origins of Havoc’s haunting, wobbly hooks, sampling jazz records inherited from the legendary Budd Johnson, and finessing the MC skills that made The Infamous a classic.
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