Prodigy Tribute




JUNE 23, 2017





01-HeadQCourterz Intro Dj Premier
02-You Can Never Feel My Pain (prod by Ric Rude) – Prodigy
(Prodigy MegaMix Segment)
03-Quiet Storm – Mobb Deep
04-Bitch Ass Nigga – Mobb Deep
05-Flavor For the Non Believers – Mobb Deep
06-Adrenaline – Mobb Deep
07-Tres Leches – Big Pun feat Prodigy 
08-Give Up the Goods – Mobb Deep
09-Burn – Mobb Deep
10-QBG – Funkmaster Flex feat Prodigy 
11-Return of the Mac – Prodigy
12-Cop Hell (unreleased Premier Rmx) – Mobb Deep
13-Survival of the Fittest – Mobb Deep
14-Shook Ones Pt 2 – Mobb Deep
15-Drink Away The Pain – Mobb Deep
16-Hell on Earth (Front Lines) – Mobb Deep
17-Drop A Gem On ‘Em – Mobb Deep
18-Mobb Niggaz – Infamous Mobb feat Prodigy (cuts by DJ JS-1)
19-Hold Down the Fort – Mobb Deep
20-Murda Muzik – Mobb Deep
21-Shook Ones Pt 1 – Mobb Deep
22-Back At You – Mobb Deep
23-Peer Pressure (Large Pro Rmx) – Mobb Deep
24-Peer Pressure (Dj Premier Rmx) – Mobb Deep
25-Hold You Down – Alchemist feat Prodigy
26-Genesis – Prodigy
27-StreetLife – ACD / Mobb Deep
28-Man Down – Mobb Deep
29-Keep It Thoro – Prodigy
30-Tha Game – Pete Rock feat Prodigy
31-Temperature’s Rising – Mobb Deep
32-Extortion – Mobb Deep
33-Right Back At You – Mobb Deep
34-I Shot Ya – LL Cool J feat Prodigy
35-LA LA – CNN feat Mobb Deep
36-The Realest – Mobb Deep
37-Eye For An Eye – Mobb Deep 
38-Queens – LL Cool J feat Prodigy
39-Legends – Prodigy
40-Young Veterans – Prodigy
41-Dog Shit – Mobb Deep
42-Real Power is People – Prodigy
43-The Five Boroughs – Sadat X (prod by Diamond D)
44-Big Mouth – Snoop Dog (prod by BattleCat)
45-No Excuses – M-Dot (prod by Snowgoons, cuts by DJ JS-1)
46-California – Deliquent Habits feat Sen Dog
47-The Heat – D Strong x Giallo Point
48-Out For That Life – Kool G Rap feat Raekwon (prod by Moss)
49-Always Sound Hungry – Showbiz and AG feat A Bless
50-Bill Russell – Positive K and Greg Nice
51-Still Here – Snoop Dogg
52-Pen Dreams – Explizit One
53-Ever So Lightly – Gensu Dean and Wise Intelligent
54-Delete Rmx – Blacastan feat Ill Bill, Rasheed Chappell, Nems
55-Systematic – Dj Shadow feat Nas
56-Nine Point Five – Kweli n Styles P feat the Lox (prod by Marco Polo, 
                                   cuts by Shylow)
57-S.O.S. (so old school) – Phat Kat and Dj Dister
58-G.O.D. – Gensu Dean and Wise Intelligent
59-Everything is Aight – SciFi Stu and Chinch 33 feat Nutso
60-Invincible – Smoovth and Giallo point feat Sonny Jim and Hu
61-Save Them – AZ feat Raekwon and Prodigy (prod by Buckwild)
62-Criminal Outfit – Kool G Rap feat Nore (prod by Moss)
63-16 and Out – Showbiz and AG feat OC
64-Got That – MC Eiht feat DJ Premier (prod by Brenk Sinatra)
65-Legendary – Pack FM
66-Angels With Dirty Faces – Nas
67-Keep It 100 – Joyner Lucas
68-Hold The Fort Down – Freeway feat Dave East (prod by Skizz)
69-Who Want It – David Banner feat Black Though
70-Mack 90 – Bozack Morris feat Conway
71-Heat Cold – MC Eiht feat Lady of Rage (cuts by Dj Premier)
72-God Forbid – Joell Ortiz
73-Show Respect – KRS-One
74-Rap Killin’ – Blacastan and Stu Bangas
75-Gunz – Ohkang and Stryfe D
76-Times Up – Kool G Rap (prod by Moss)
77-HeadQCourterz Outro
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6/25/17 Playlist
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“Rap Is Outta Control” 6/25/17″ Playlist (Prodigy Tribute)
1. Prodigy “Legends” (prod. by Alchemist)
2. Prodigy “Don’t Be A Follower” (prod. by Prodigy)
3. Mobb Deep feat. Nas “Dog Shit” (prod. by Alchemist & Havoc)
4. 50 Cent feat. Lloyd Banks, Prodigy, Spider Loc & Mase “I Don’t Know Officer” (prod. by Malay & Jake One)
5. Mobb Deep “True Lies”
6. Mobb Deep feat. Kool G Rap “The Realest” (prod. by Alchemist)
7. Da Youngsta’s feat. Mobb Deep “Bloodshed And War” (prod. by Qur’an)
8. Prodigy “Mac 10 Handle” (prod. by Alchemist)
9. Cormega feat. Prodigy “Thun And Kicko” (prod. by Havoc)
10. Big Noyd feat. Ty Nitty, Big Twins & Prodigy “All Pro” (prod. by Havoc)
11. LL Cool J feat. Keith Murray, Prodigy, Fat Joe and Foxy Brown “I Shot Ya (Remix)” (prod. by Trackmasters)
12. Mobb Deep feat. Little “Nothing Like Home” (prod. by Havoc)
13. Mobb Deep feat. Method Man “Extortion” (prod. by Mobb Deep)
14. Pete Rock feat. Raekwon, Prodigy & Ghostface “Tha Game” (prod. by Pete Rock)
15. Das Efx feat. Mobb Deep “Microphone Master” (prod. by Easy Mo Bee)
16. Prodigy “Stuck On You” (prod. by Alchemist)
17. Mobb Deep, L.E.S. & A.C.D. “Street Life” (prod. by L.E.S.)
18. RUN-D.M.C. feat. Nas & Prodigy “Queens Day” (prod. by Jam Master Jay)
19. Mobb Deep “Back At You” (prod. by Havoc)
20. Screwball feat. Prodigy & Godfather Don “The Heat Is On” (prod. by Mike Heron)
21. Prodigy feat. Nas “Self Conscience” (prod. by Infinite Arkatechz)
22. Mobb Deep feat. Ty Nitty “In The Long Run” (prod. by Havoc)
23. Mobb Deep “Peer Pressure” (orig and remix) (prod. by Premier / Large Pro)
24. Big Noyd feat. Prodigy “Recognize & Realize” (prod. by Havoc)
25. Mobb Deep feat. Big Noyd “Give Up The Goods” (prod. by Q-Tip)
26. Mobb Deep “Survival Of The Fittest” (prod. by Havoc)
27. Mobb Deep “Shook Ones Pt. II” (prod. by Havoc)
28. Mobb Deep “Still Shinin'” (prod. by Havoc)
29. Mobb Deep Quick Mix Medley
30. Mobb Deep “G.O.D. Pt. III (Orig & Nighttime Mix) (prod. by Havoc / Reef & Mighty Mi)
31. Mobb Deep feat. Big Twins “We About To Get Hectic” (prod. by Havoc)
32. Mobb Deep “Timeless” (prod. by Beat Butcha)
33. Mobb Deep feat. Lil’ Mo “Pray For Me” (prod. by Havoc)
34. Mobb Deep feat. Infamous Mobb & Chinky “Thug Muzik” (prod. by Alchemist)
35. Mobb Deep “When U Hear The” (prod. by Alchemist)
36. PMD feat. Prodigy “It’s The Pee ’97” (prod. by Havoc, cuts by DJ Scratch)
37. Mobb Deep “Apostle’s Warning” (prod. by Havoc)
38. Mobb Deep “Win Or Lose” (prod. by Alchemist)
39. Mobb Deep “Up North Trip” (prod. by Havoc)
40. Capone-N-Noreaga feat. Mobb Deep & Tragedy “L.A. L.A. (Kuwait Mix)” (prod. by Marley Marl)
41. The Alchemist feat. Prodigy, Big Twins & Evidence “Fourth Of July” (prod. by Alchemist)
42. Big Twins feat. Prodigy “Number One” (prod. by Havoc)
43. Mobb Deep “Backwards” (prod. by Alchemist)
44. Mobb Deep feat. 50 Cent “You A Shooter” (prod. by Sha Money XL)
45. Prodigy, KAM, Method Man & KRS-One “Bulworth (They Talk About It While We Live It)” (prod. by DJ Muggs)
46. Mobb Deep “Live Foul” (prod. by Scott Storch)
47. Mobb Deep “Rare Species (Modus Operandi)” (prod. by Mobb Deep)
48. Mobb Deep feat. Q-Tip “Drink Away The Pain (Situations)” (prod. by Q-Tip)
49. Mobb Deep “Hit It From The Back” (prod. by Mobb Deep)
50. Mobb Deep feat. Big Noyd “Paddy Shop” (prod. by Mobb Deep)
51. Mobb Deep “Project Hallways” (prod. by Paul Shabazz & Kerwin Young)
52. Mobb Deep “U.S.A. (Aiight Then)” (prod. by Shamello, Epitome & Buddah)
53. Prodigy “Keep It Thoro” (prod. by Alchemist)

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After sharing the stage with Future at the BET Awards, Kendrick Lamar releases the video for “Element.” The set of visuals find individuals in a world where it is survival of the fittest as Kendrick refuses to be taken out of his element regardless of the circumstances.

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Despite dealing with turbulence in his life, Brooklyn rapper Justo pushed forward and is proud to release his latest project, ‘Black Ops.’ The 11-track effort arrives with two very specific goals: to pay homage to the greatest to ever do it, and to showcase that he’s not playing around. One listen reveals that he’s not only reached his goals but greatly exceeded them, in part because he was blessed with a batch of instrumentals from none other than D.I.T.C. heavyweight, Showbiz.

With the Bronx producer’s work as his canvas, Justo demonstrates time and time again his ability to blend mafioso-rap stylings with clever battle-rap bars. These show up on a number of Black Ops standouts, including the hard-hitting opening track “The Council,” the revealing “Hood Politics,” and Justo’s personal favorite track off the project, “Can’t Take Y’all Seriously.”

For the BK rapper, that song in particular exhibits his M.O. as an emcee. “The beat is insane, and the message is consistent with how I feel everyday about most of these so-called ‘industry artists,’” he explains. “I love any track of mine when I’m straight chewing up the beat, and that’s one of them for sure.”

‘Black Ops’ also follows Justo’s tendency to collaborate with a single producer on a project, including 2015’s great 7-1-Ocho with Mexican beatsmith, Ocho Vazquez. The one-rapper, one-producer approach is one of Hip-Hop’s greatest traditions, and Justo honors it with vigor and tenacity here throughout every track.

For Justo, flowing over Showbiz’s raw, gritty instrumentals came naturally, but it also opened the door for experimentation. He saw an opportunity to get loose and just straight-up spit, leaving listeners with one of the hardest rap releases to drop so far this year. The eleven track project is now available through all major digital outlets and streaming platforms, via Black Jewel Entertainment.

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‘Molotov’ represents the best elements of its creators, Brooklyn rapper, Saga and Chicago producer, Thelonious Martin. The rhymes are potent and powerful, taking down everyone from cynics to haters, wack emcees, and inner demons. And the instrumentals serve to bring those words to life by way of head-nodding percussion, and slick sample flips.

Because it was crafted by one rapper and one producer, ‘Molotov’ is especially effective, and have made it clear why their approach works so well, especially as a duo. The 12 tracks move in and out of each other seamlessly, while tackling a variety of sounds and subject matter, all with an effective supporting cast of notable features. Like the one-two punch of the straight-up banger “Karma,” which features a fired-up Freddie Gibbs, and the Fashawn-assisted lead single, “Yesterday.”

“With Molotov, it was about maintaining the level of quality I’m known for,” the producer says, noting that it all started with the two sending tracks back and forth. “As the project was coming along, we started building the proper chemistry to make this special.”

Saga agreed, calling the project’s conception “organic.” It was that unrestrained vibe that he says “allowed me to be free with my thought process, and write for the moment.” As a result, he was able to explore new and intriguing ideas, like how “chaos is the end result of a long process of inner discontent within our own lives.” And you can hear him eloquently rhyme about this subject on “Misunderstood,” his favorite cut on the 12 track LP.