AZ, Raekwon and Prodigy team up for this Buckwild produced banger titled “Save Them.”
Conway, Benny and Prodigy show up on Statik Selektah’s show to show off their freestyle ability in a dope session that’s just under ten minutes of raw dopeness.
Add Prodigy to the list of those who have grown restless with the state of American under the iron fist of Donald Trump. The Mobb Deep emcee drops “Make America Great Again” just to get some issues off his chest.
Prodigy decides to revisit The Ellsworth Bumpy Johnson EP with a video for the Alchemist-produced “The One And Only.”
With Queensbridge rap heavyweights Big Twins and Prodigy as your guides, get ready for a tour of the city that never sleeps in the visuals for “Rotten Apple,” directed by Fahargo Filmz.
Long Island producer BP delivers an equally slick and grimy new lyric video for “This Is Easy,” a gully, NYC-as-f*ck track featuring East Coast stalwarts Nature, Royal Flush, and Prodigy.
Given their respective rap pedigrees, these three are bound to body any track they appear on—but together? “This Is Easy” is a prime example of why heads still look to Queens cats to provide gritty, uncompromising Boom bap. But it’s made that much more potent when driven through the sonic lens of BP, whose beat hits like a well-placed slap upside the head.
The raw production comes as no surprise to those who have heard BP’s previous collaborations with the likes of Killah Priest, Diabolic, Shyheim, and 9th Prince, among others. “This Is Easy” stems from the recently released ‘Target Practice,’ a Nature album produced entirely by BP and fueled by Hip-Hop made for mean mugs and head nods. In addition to Royal Flush and Prodigy, the album also features Tragedy Khadafi and the up and coming LI-based, John Jigg$.
DJ Kay Slay assembles yet another squadron of NYC rhyme slingers for this joint from his Shadow of the Sun album.
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.”
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.
Actor Rick Gonzalez (Coach Carter, Illegal Tender, Roll Bounce, etc.) tries his hand at rapping alongside Prodigy on the Statik Selektah produced “Love & Money” off of his upcoming album Fidelio.