Producer Moss employs Havoc and Onyx for the rhymes that will have you ready to punch somebody in the face. Off of Moss’ debut album Marching To The Sound Of My Own Drum.
DJ Absolut releases yet another vintage joint from his personal vaults. This time it comes from Havoc and Prodigy and is the unreleased song “That Mobb Deep.”
Alchemist and Oh No drop the video for “Sheet Music,” which features the late Sean Price and Havoc, from the album You Disgust Me out now.
Alchemist and Oh No’s project is now available for you to stream via Spotify. Featuring the likes of Action Bronson, Evidence, Havoc, Your Old Droog and the late Sean Price.
Mobb Deep sit down with Montreality to discuss a plethora of topics which include their first big paycheck and who they were in their previous lives. However, you may be interested in their take on who the greatest hip hop duo of all-time is as well as the world’s greatest lie.
Papoose returns for his first full length project since 2013’s The Nacirema Dream with You Can’t Stop Destiny. Featuring the likes of DJ Premier, Remy Ma, Ty Dolla $ign, Ron Browz, Havoc, Showbiz, Maino and more, Pap is here to remind everyone why he’s worthy of the buzz he garnered back in 2005 with “Alphabet Slaughter.”
Papoose drops the first single from his album You Can’t Stop Destiny. The Havoc produced “Mobbin” features Troy Ave and is a certified banger. The album drops on July 17 and you can pre-order here.
Havoc returns with a new album of self-produced music that’s thin on the guest list. Featuring Prodigy, Sheek Louch, Cormega, Ferg Brim and Mysonne, 13 Reloaded is the other half of Mobb Deep delivering you that grimy New York street rap.