Tag: Mobb Deep
During the 20 year anniversary tour of “The Infamous”, Prodigy and Havoc of Mobb Deep came to Leeds for a live show, and our friends at KODH spoke with Havoc before the event. Presented by Sophia Ray (@SophiaRayENT), Havoc is asked about comparing the two tours (this year vs 20 years ago), and how Prodigy and Havoc first met. Live footage of the event in Leeds is also included in the video which was uploaded to the official KODH YouTube page. You can watch the KODH Presents – Mobb Deep: The Infamous Tour + Interview on the YouTube player below.
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Legendary Hip-Hop duo Mobb Deep have announced a special UK tour to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the classic album “The Infamous”. The groundbreaking album by Prodigy and Havoc gave Hip-Hop fans tracks such as Shook Ones Part 2, Quiet Storm and Survival of the Fittest among others, and the 8 city tour starts in Birmingham on the 1st of May 2015, and finishes in Glasgow on the 10th of May 2015. The o2 Academy are playing host to the tour, which will also see DJ 279 and local support. You can view the full list of dates and the promotional video for the Mobb Deep – The Infamous 20th Anniversary Tour on the YouTube player below.
Sampling Notorious B.I.G, for the first time in history we see Mobb Deep and The LOX (Jadakiss, Styles P, Sheek Louch) collaborate for the single “All a Dream”. There’s no official news about a collaboration album, but we do know that The LOX are performing in Manchester and London at the end of March (ticket link above) and Mobb Deep were in London last week for a one-off show as well. Come join the HHK team in Manchester for the LOX event and you can listen to Mobb Deep ft The LOX – All a Dream on the audio player below.
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After the incredible Audible Doctor Remix of Blacastan’s “Blac Magic“, the man himself is back with a brand new remix of Mobb Deep’s “Keep Getting That Paper”. It’s evident that everything Audible Doctor touches turns to Gold, and once again his rework of the Mobb Deep track which also features Big Noyd is sure to get fans excited about the recently released “Infamous Team” E.P. Mobb Deep, Big Noyd and Infamous Mobb recently released the Infamous Team E.P via iTunes, and “Keep Getting That Paper” is one of the highlights from the project. Fans can download Infamous Team using the download link above, however you can listen to Audible Doctor ft Mobb Deep and Big Noyd – Keep Getting That Paper Remix on the audio player below.
U.K born and New York based Jamieson has recently supported Mobb Deep at SOB’s, and we have some footage from the show during Jamieson’s performance of his track “Nothing to Lose”. The event was sponsored by Hot97, and Jamieson performed in front of a capacity crowd, opening for the Hip-Hop legends Mobb Deep. Jamieson is regularly featured on Hip-Hop Kings (check the archives) and make sure you follow him on Twitter (@JamiesonMusic). You can watch the new video for Jamieson – Nothing to Lose (Live @ SOBs) on the youtube player below.
As Hip-Hop Kings previously reported, Mobb Deep will be releasing their new E.P “Black Cocaine” on Friday 25th November, and to celebrate the release we have the video for the single “Dead Mans Shoes”. The single has been produced by U.K producer Beat Butcha, and I’ve been fortunate to receive a copy of “Black Cocaine” prior to the release. Fans can support Black Cocaine by downloading the E.P (pre-order) from the link listed above, however you can watch the new video from Mobb Deep – Dead Mans Shoes on the video player below.
As fans prepare for the release of Mobb Deep‘s upcoming E.P “Black Cocaine” the single “Get it Forever” ft Nas has been leaked onto the Internet. Premiered by 2DopeBoyz, Mobb Deep and Nas collaborate on “Get It Forever” which see’s a QB reunion, and a very high standard set for the rest of the E.P. Hip-Hop Kings fans will remember the previous Mobb Deep and Nas collaboration “Dog Shit” and Black Cocaine will be distributed via “Red Distribution” which is the first Mobb Deep project on that label. Black Cocaine will be available to fans on 25th November 2011, however in the meantime you can listen to Mobb Deep ft Nas – Get It Forever on the hulkshare player below.
It was announced on Friday that legendary Hip-Hop duo Mobb Deep have agreed a distribution deal with “Red Distribution” who are a division of Sony, for their imprint Infamous Records. The agreement includes Mobb Deep running the NYC based label, along with Mobb Deep’s forthcoming NINTH studio album amongst others being released through Red Distribution. Bob Morelli (president of Red) was quoted “Mobb Deep is an iconic act, having been on the cutting edge of music and social commentary for years. We are happy and excited to distribute the next chapter in their musical career.” Look out for new news and music coming from Mobb Deep in the forthcoming weeks.
Mobb Deep have released the track “Dog Sh*t” which is produced by The Alchemist and Havoc. It’s one of the first songs created since Prodigy was released from jail. The joint features another Queen’s legend, NaS.
“Dog Sh*t” is the first track the Queens trio have worked on since the 1999 “Its Mine” from Mobb Deep’s Murda Muzik.
Over the years the Mobb Deep and NaS have had beef through tracks and interviews, notably on NaS’ “Destroy & Rebuild” from Stillmatic.
No official statements have been made from either party about the reunion yet. Listen to the track below.
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About Mobb Deep from Wikipedia.
Mobb Deep is an American Hip-Hop duo from Queens, New York, USA, that consists of Havoc and Prodigy. The duo is “one of the most critically acclaimed hard-core East Coast hip-hop groups.” The group is best known for its dark, hardcore delivery, as exemplified by the single “Shook Ones Pt. II.” Mobb Deep have become one of the most successful rap duos in hip hop, having sold over 3 million records. The majority of their albums have been critically acclaimed, in particular The Infamous, which is considered a classic. They are partially credited for the resurgence of East Coast rap in the early to mid-’90s.
Havoc and Prodigy were also judges for the 7th annual Independent Music Awards to support independent artists’ careers.
Have to say thank you to Whitnee (@PinkCookiz) for sending me her exclusive crush (interview) with Mobb Deep artist Havoc. Whitnee previously enlightened me and Hip-Hop Kings readers with the Jaz-O in-depth interview, and Havoc is her latest crush in a two part interview. You can watch Havoc getting crushed on the video player below.