Mobb Deep

Mobb Deep



Mobb Deep was an American hip hop music duo from the Queensbridge Houses in New York City.[1] The group consisted of Havoc and Prodigy, and were a hardcore East Coast Hip-Hop group.[3] They were known for their dark, hardcore delivery as exemplified in "Shook Ones (Part II)."[4] Mobb Deep became one of the most successful rap duos in hip hop, having sold over three million records.[3]

Three of their notable albums were The Infamous (1995), Hell on Earth (1996) and Murda Muzik (1999).[5][6] The group briefly disbanded in 2012 but later reunited in 2013.[7] Prodigy died on June 20, 2017.[8]



The Infamous Mobb Deep
The Infamous Mobb Deep is the eighth and final studio album by American hip hop duo Mobb Deep, which is composed of Havoc and Prodigy.
The Infamous
The Infamous (stylized as The Infamous...) is the second studio album by the American hip hop duo Mobb Deep.
Blood Money
Blood Money is the seventh studio album by Mobb Deep, released on May 2, 2006.
Survival of the Fittest
"Survival of the Fittest" is a song by American hip hop duo Mobb Deep from their second album, The Infamous (1995).

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Havoc Confirms a New Mobb Deep Album Will Arrive Later This Year
  –  March 13, 2018
Less than one year after the death of rapper Prodigy, Mobb Deep's surviving member Havoc has confirmed a forthcoming album from the revered hip hop duo is on the way. Havoc stopped by MSNBC’s The Beat with Ari Melber to debate about music with former New ...
Havoc Promises New Mobb Deep Album Before End of 2018
  –  March 13, 2018
Hip-Hop lost a big one when Prodigy of Mobb Deep passed away in June last year in Las Vegas due to accidental choking. But his partner Havoc is trying to keep his legacy alive. The rapper-producer was a guest on MSNBC’s The Beat show with Ari Melber ...
NYC vs. NJ: Rapper Havoc and Sen. Torricelli debate hometown music
  –  March 13, 2018
Watch legendary rapper Havoc from Mobb Deep and Senator Robert Torricelli debate music in this irreverent discussion on The Real List. Havoc reveals there will be a new Mobb Deep album before the end of 2018.Mar.12.2018
An oral history of the Barbarian Group’s SXSW party
  –  March 9, 2018
2015: Dress Code featuring Mobb Deep and Dan Deacon Noah Brier, co-founder, Percolate: We co-sponsored the party once? I hadn’t even remembered we were involved. I think of it so much as a Barbarian Group party. It was Rick’s baby as far as I knew.
Tedy Andreas Flows About Getting Fly & Staying Shiny on 'Diamonds': Exclusive Premiere
  –  March 8, 2018
A look at his Instagram feed shows his influences -- various flicks of Queens heavy-hitters such as Nas and Mobb Deep-- and so do his raps. His latest jam "Diamonds," premiering below, is a flashy ode to getting fly and feeling like a million bucks no ...
Could DJ Taye make Chicago footwork the biggest music in the world?
  –  March 8, 2018
"[My] parents just kinda passed it down," he says, "listening to, like, older gangsta rap—from Geto Boys to Tupac or Mobb Deep. Even nowadays my mom still listens to new stuff. It was always around me." His history of listening to and making rap has ...
Why you need to see this film about hip-hop’s first female MC Roxanne Shanté
  –  March 5, 2018
Before her rhymes even hit the radio waves Gooden was notorious—the Champ with a capital C—and her stomping ground, home to household names like Nas and Mobb Deep, was chock-a-block with countless hopefuls who wanted to usurp her. Her legend reached ...
MSNBC’s Ari Melber Quoted Mobb Deep’s “Shook Ones Part II” To Take Aim At Donald Trump
  –  March 5, 2018
Mobb Deep’s “Shook Ones Part II” is considered a hip-hop classic to many, but those that follow the political landscape may take notice of the songs meaning. MSNBC’s Ari Melber hosts The Beat and according to Genius, uses hip-hop lyrics in his ...
A MSNBC Anchor Quoted Mobb Deep’s “Shook Ones Part II” To Take Shots At Donald Trump
  –  March 4, 2018
MSNBC’s Ari Melber hosts a nightly show called The Beat during which he often uses rap lyrics to explain political and legal concepts to viewers. On Friday night, the network’s Chief Legal Correspondent quoted from Mobb Deep’s classic 1995 song ...
MSNBC’s Ari Melber Quotes Mobb Deep’s Shook Ones Part II” To Diss Trump
  –  March 4, 2018
It’s no secret that MSNBC Chief Legal Correspondent and host of The Beat, Ari Melber, is a fan of hip-hop. Watch him use it against Trump. Ari Melber has already gained his street cred after showcasing his love of hip-hop as the host of MSNBC’s The Beat.
MSNBC Correspondent Ari Melber Uses Mobb Deep Lyrics to Take Aim at President Trump
  –  March 4, 2018
The homie Ari Melber is at it again. This time, the MSNBC Chief Legal Correspondent and unabashed hip-hop head used lyrics from Mobb Deep’s classic cut “Shook Ones Part II” during a monologue on his show, The Beat With Melber, about President Trump ...
Havoc Applauds MSNBC Anchor Who Quoted Mobb Deep Lyrics To Insult Donald Trump
  –  March 3, 2018
During a recent episode of The Beat With Melber, MSNBC Chief Legal Correspondent Ari Melber showed off his Hip Hop knowledge when he quoted Mobb Deep. On Friday night’s (March 2) show, Melber was doing a special report on Donald Trump’s abuse of power ...
MSNBC Anchor Quotes Mobb Deep Lyric While Dissing President Trump [VIDEO]
  –  March 3, 2018
Hip-hop always fits in the political conversation for MSNBC Chief Legal Correspondent Ari Melber. On his talk show, The Beat With Melber, the veteran journalist often delivers a hip-hop quotable as it relates to the politics. On Friday show (March 2 ...
Korn's Jonathan Davis Considering Reviving Family Values Tour With Trap Artists
  –  March 2, 2018
Bands and rappers who've played the fest include Limp Bizkit, Mobb Deep, DMX, Evanescence, Machine Gun Kelly, Stone Sour, Primus, Trivium, among others.
Mobb Deep's The Infamous in 5 Minutes
  –  March 2, 2018
In early 1994, Mobb Deep began work on what would become their masterpiece: The Infamous. Between Havoc’s blossoming skills as a beat maker and Prodigy’s talent for digging up obscure samples, they developed a signature sound that was gritty but tinged ...
D.C. concert of the week: Hip-hop polymath Dior Ashley Brown
  –  February 28, 2018
Her work draws on a sweeping array of sources (“I‘m inspired by Shakespeare and Mobb Deep,” she says) in an attempt to cultivate empathy (“I try to conjure high vibration when I’m telling my truth. I’m allowing myself to be vulnerable so that ...


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