TRIBUTE: Celebrating 20 Years of Mobb Deep’s ‘Hell on Earth’
the opinion that Hell on Earth is Mobb Deep’s best album. Prodigy and Havoc both had become sharper commercial failure and met with lukewarm critical praise. Mobb Deep rediscovered its groove in late Mobb Deep Happy 20th Anniversary to Mobb Deep’s Hell on Earth, originally released November 19, 1996. [Buy TRIBUTE: Celebrating 20 Years of Mobb Deep’s ‘Hell on Earth’ the summer and early fall, Mobb Deep made music for dark, cold winter nights. The beats featured hard the RIAA. It’s still considered a classic of its era. A year and a half later, Mobb Deep released
You Can Never Feel My Pain: Prodigy Remembered & Revered
of their last two LPs, Mobb Deep also lent their brand to various soundtracks and gained enough pair and nicknamed the “Mobb Deeps.” And as bad as it may sound, if you weren’t living the things ’ “Live Nigga Rap” for his 1996 sophomore album It Was Written. By the time Mobb Deep released the third the life of Albert Johnson a.k.a. Prodigy of Mobb Deep landed like a blow to the gut of those who Mobb Deep finding a true spokesman for our adolescent angst was a group not much older than me named Mobb Deep, who
Remembering Prodigy Today on What Would Have Been His 43rd Birthday (Born 11/2/74)
partner, Havoc. The duo became the "Poetical Prophets,” before choosing the name "The Infamous Mobb Deep.” Under , was an American rapper, actor and author who was one half of the hip hop duo Mobb Deep with Havoc albums, Prodigy continued to work with Mobb Deep, releasing Infamy in 2001, Amerikaz Nightmare in 2004 Mobb Deep similar approach lyrically on his Illmatic album from 1994, Mobb Deep released The Infamous in 1995 which he was an equity holder. In late 2009, Mobb Deep was released from its contract with 50 Cent's
Happy Birthday to Kamaal “Q-Tip” Fareed, Born April 10, 1970
," Mobb Deep's "Temperature's Rising," Janet Jackson's "Got 'Til It's Gone," Jay-Z's "Girls, Girls
Remembering Sean Price Today on What Would Have Been His 45th Birthday (Born 3/17/72)
Camp Clik, never enjoyed the popular success of East Coast acts Wu-Tang Clan or Mobb Deep, but they
Happy Birthday to Warren G, Born November 10, 1970
is the 99th richest rapper above rap duo Mobb Deep. The Mayor of Long Beach, California dedicated
TRIBUTE: Celebrating 20 Years of Capone-N-Noreaga’s Debut Album ‘The War Report’
the Big Apple. Stamped by fellow Queens natives Mobb Deep and accompanied by a familiar face from , Muammar Gaddafi. Earning a healthy buzz through their close alliance with Mobb Deep, who was represented
TRIBUTE: Celebrating 15 Years of Cormega’s ‘The True Meaning’
neighbors Tragedy Khadafi and Mobb Deep’s Prodigy fit well, as much of the album is a memorial to memorable guest spots as a frequent collaborator with Mobb Deep and other Queensbridge acts like
ALBUM REVIEW: Hip-Hop Vets The Lox Return Reinvigorated on ‘Filthy America…It’s Beautiful’
saying “life’s difficult, death’s easy”, with each member of The Lox and Mobb Deep going hard over a
TRIBUTE: Celebrating 20 Years of The Beatnuts’ ‘Stone Crazy’
Beatnuts alongside more widely recognized duos like Gang Starr, Mobb Deep, OutKast, and even EPMD
Fly Away: Mariah Carey’s ‘Butterfly’ Turns 20
an interpolation of Mobb Deep’s 1995 hit “The Shook Ones (Part II),” went on to become one of Carey’s
ALBUM REVIEW: Joey Bada$$ Elevates His Game on Incisive ‘All-Amerikkkan Bada$$’
vocal samples, “Ring the Alarm” would fit right in on a mid to late ’90s Mobb Deep album. The posse cut
TRIBUTE: Celebrating 20 Years of Royal Flush’s Debut Album ‘Ghetto Millionaire’
classic “Everybody Loves the Sunshine” and adds the vocals from Mobb Deep’s “Just Step (Prelude).” Aside
TRIBUTE: Celebrating 25 Years of Organized Konfusion’s Eponymous Debut Album
, that’s easy. EPMD, Mobb Deep, OutKast, Black Star, and yes indeed, Organized Konfusion. Soon after
TRIBUTE: Celebrating 20 Years of The Notorious B.I.G.’s ‘Life After Death’
lion’s den with up-and-comers the Lox on “Last Day,” produced by Havoc of Mobb Deep. One of the
TRIBUTE: Celebrating 15 Years of Nas’ ‘Stillmatic’
took direct aim at Prodigy of Mobb Deep and Nas Escobar. The origin of the Jay Z-Nas feud is cloudy
TRIBUTE: Celebrating 15 Years of Jay Z’s ‘The Blueprint’
Deep and Nas. In the first verse, he delivers his opening salvo towards anyone who he saw as throwing to all of those who had taken shots at him over the past few years, most notably Prodigy of Mobb
TRIBUTE: Celebrating 25 Years of Eric B. & Rakim’s ‘Don’t Sweat the Technique’
-entrance in 1997 with a guest verse on Mobb Deep’s “Hoodlum,” from the soundtrack of the film of the
TRIBUTE: Celebrating 20 Years of Lil’ Kim’s ‘Hard Core’ & Foxy Brown’s ‘Ill Na Na’
from Mobb Deep, Keith Murray and Fat Joe, as Foxy did in 1995? What more needs to be said about Lil
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