50 Cent previews another track from his upcoming Animal Ambition LP, hitting this June.
Fat track from Vado, Chinx, and P, flipping a classic Eagles sample.
Mobb Deep speak with The Breakfast Club and ThisIs50 in celebration of the release of today’s The Infamous Mobb Deep LP.
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Directed by Tha Profitt. From 2013′s stellar Albert Einstein LP.
From the album, Rhyme Or Die.
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Title track to Troy Ave’s New York City: The Album, coming soon.
You have heard Grammy Award-winning trumpet player Maurice “Mobetta” Brown before. After all, he’s appeared on LP’s from Santigold, Ski Beatz, John Legend, Talib Kweli, Cee-Lo, Diddy, Musiq Soulchild and countless others; but you heard his trumpet and not his voice. Think Louis Armstrong and his trumpet uploaded for the 21st century to a Hip-Hop [cont.]
Fresh off of winning his very first Grammy with Tedeschi Trucks Band for Best Blues Album of the year in 2012 (Maurice was the horn arranger for the 11-piece ensemble), Maurice “Mobetta” Brown has also appeared on LP’s from Santigold, Ski Beatz, Prodigy, Talib Kweli, Cee-Lo, Diddy, Musiq Soulchild and countless others. Maurice is prepping [cont.]
Prodigy and Alchemist discuss the pros and cons of New York and LA. Brisk Bodega is presented in partnership with Noisey, VICE Magazine’s music channel. It’s a go-to spot for music, culture, style, art, and more. Updated daily, the Brisk Bodega provides fun, smart, and original content curated by Noisey staff.
Prodigy of Mobb Deep speaks with Whoo Kid on 20 years in hip-hop, the next Mobb Deep album, his new book H.N.I.C., Havoc’s new book, a new Mobb Deep documentary by DJ Stretch Armstrong, and his heavy drug usage days.
The West Coast trio of Durag Dynasty (Planet Asia, Tristate, and Killer Ben) recruits frequent Alchemist collaborator Prodigy for “Fish Meat”, off their debut album “360 Waves”. Album in stores now. Director/Editor Ryan Spencer
Prodigy and Alchemist dropped by the Shade 45 studio to kick with Statik Selektah and the Showoff crew. Of course Statik gave them the opportunity to rhyme. Tune in to Showoff Radio each and every Thursday from 8p till Midnight EST on Shade 45.
P sits in with The Breakfast Club to speak on his excellent new LP with Alchemist, Albert Einstein, beefing with havoc, the next Mobb Deep album, and more.
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