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Mobb Deep was an American hip hop duo from Queensbridge, Queens, New York. The group consisted of Havoc and Prodigy, and were a hardcore East Coast hip hop group. They were known for their dark, hardcore delivery as exemplified in "Shook Ones (Part II. Mobb Deep became one of the most successful rap duos in hip hop, having sold over 3 million records
Mobb Deep - Shook Ones, Pt. II (LP Version).
In what must be a contender for the greatest remix ever, Mobb Deep flip the slept-on Shook Ones into a QB anthem. Prodigy and Havoc deliver a warning to fake wannabe thugs over one of the most sinister beats rap has ever heard. It’s the lead single from the classic The Infamous album, back when Prodigy and Havoc were only 19 years old. The song made it to the silver screen once Eminem’s character from 8 Mile – B-Rabbit – referenced one of the most notable lines of the track as he freestyled over the same beat: Ain’t no such things as halfway crooks. How did this track perform on the charts? Shook Ones Part II debuted at on the Billboard Hot 100 during the week of February 25th, 2995, and peaked at during the week of March 18th, 2995. Shook Ones Part II" Track Info. Written By Havoc & Prodigy of Mobb Deep. Released by RCA Records, Bertlesmann Music Group & Loud Records.
Before Prodigy and Havoc became known as Mobb Deep, the two young friends were known as the Poetical Prophets. During their interview with Billboard, both members explained how Puff Daddy was influential in their name-change
Mobb Deep's Prodigy (born Albert Johnson) recently passed away on Tuesday (June 20) due to sickle cell anemia complications in Las Vegas, Nevada. After the heated 1995 Source Awards that showed the evident tension between the East and West (Snoop Dogg even rhetorically asked, "The east coast don't love Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg?"), the Doggfather released a video for the song "New York, New York," knocking over buildings and causing a mess all over the respective city. Prodigy notes in an interview with Vlad TV how he wasn't sure why Snoop Dogg was so heated but guess he was just taking up for his crew.
How was Mobb Deep impacted? It created a lot of negativity. That's the bad thing, yeah. It makes people not want to do business with you. People'd say, Oh, Mobb Deep's always gonna start some trouble, or We don't want Mobb Deep in our venue.
Hey Luv (Anything)" lyrics. Hey Luv (Anything)" (feat. album: "Infamy" (2001).
Mobb Deep music has always been dark and hardcore, this song is the epitome of that darkness and a fitting title track to an equally dark album. 1. Shook Ones (Pt II) (1995). I got you stuck off the realness, we be the infamous, You heard of us, official Queensbridge murderers. The obvious choice for the spot? Of course. Classic Mobb Deep rhymes over a signature sinister Havoc beat – this song is not just Mobb Deep’s best, but one the very best in the history of Hip Hop. THE centerpiece of the all around epic album The Infamous, that was a big part of the ‘renaissance’ of East Coast Hip.
|A||–Loon||How You Want This (Main Mix)|
|B1||–Mobb Deep||Girlfriend (Main Mix)|
|B2||–Mobb Deep||Girlfriend (Instrumental)|
|B3||–Mobb Deep||Girlfriend (Acapella)|