After giving us the artwork and tracklist for their new project earlier this year, Prodigy and Alchemist return in full fashion for the next single from the collection. Their latest release titled “Dough Pildin” is pretty much the type of offering that we expected from the rapper and producer, as we’re given a chance to hear Prodigy rhyming for just over two minutes straight without hesitation. The duo’s forthcoming full-length Albert Einstein will be available on June 11th via Infamous Records.
After the much publicized make up to break ups of Mobb Deep, the duo of Prodigy and Havoc come together for the remix to “Life We Chose.” It’s sounding like that classic M-O-B-B sound, but will fans look past what happened and forgive the two?
Havoc’s 13 album is out today.
Cast your mind back to the late stages of 2012 and you may come across the announcement of Prodigy’s new project with super producer Alchemist. We’re pleased to tell you that it hasn’t been left for dead, as we’re given the artwork and tracklist fo Albert Einstein in its entirety. The Chemist has been known for his consistent work over the course of his career, and it looks to be no different by collaborating with one half of Mobb Deep once again. The 16-track project will only include two features from Domo Genesis and Raekwon, and will be released on June 11th via Infamous Records.
Full tracklist after the jump.
It’s officially the 20th anniversary month for the Queensbridge, NYC duo Mobb Deep. The finisher, DJ Mister Cee felt it was imperative to dedicate his “Best of Tuesdays” series to Havoc and Prodigy in the launch of his online edition of throwback mixes that will be unedited in comparison to how we’ve enjoyed on the airwaves over the years. Over the weekend at Paid Dues 2013 in San Bernardino, CA; the two re-united on stage together for the first time in years before they embark on their international tour starting next month.
It doesn’t feel like it’s been nearly 7 years since their last album; but after their tour, we’re hopeful to two have actually reconciled their difference to put out new material for the people. From “The Infamous” to “Murda Muzik” and beyond, Cee plays all of our favorite cuts from the M-O-BB. Press that play button above and ride out.
Based on our general knowledge and even just 2012 alone, an album completely produced by Alchemist is something that is a guaranteed listen. His decision to work with Durag Dynasty aka Planet Asia, Tristate and Killer Ben proves no different, as we get the chance to listen to a gritty new cut titled “Fish Meat,” featuring an exclusive verse from Mobb Deep emcee Prodigy. The trio’s debut album 360 Waves was released today via Nature Sounds, including 15 tracks of the utmost quality.
Purchase the album on iTunes.
Looks like Prodigy and Havoc are back in good graces after the back and forth, one day we’re beefing-next day we’re reunited shit, as they traveled up to MTV to clear up some things. They emphasized that they are brothers that go through things sometimes, but always stay blood. Havoc admitted it was him that sent out the tweets that jump-started it all, but that no matter what, aside from the petty beef, this is still Mobb Deep.
The M-O-B-B just doesn’t feel the same anymore.
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Super-producer Harry Fraud has been delivering some of the hardest trunk rattelers over the course of the last year, making quality beats for all regions of rap. If you’ve been sleeping, don’t worry, he’s packaged together a collection of his best hits over the past year for “Andrift” with a few exclusives for long-time fans on the wave.
The entire project produded by Harry Fraud himself has features from the likes of Wiz Khalifa, Curren$Y, Mac Miller, Rick Ross, Pusha T, Juicy J, Prodigy, Action Bronson, Danny Brown, Chevy Woods, Slim Thug, Bun B, DJ Scream, Kool G. Rap, French Montana, Trae Tha Truth, Diddy, Fat Trel, Smoke DZA, A$AP Twelvyy, Chase Fetti, Berner, Adrian Lua, Eddie B, Chinx Drugz, Petrin Hill Peonies, Sir Michael Rocks, Young Roddy, Chiddy Of Chiddy Bang. Stay tuned for his follow-up project coming in April and check after the jump for the tracklisting and download link.
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In a few weeks, April 13th will mark the 20th anniversary of Mobb Deep’s debut studio album “Juvenile Hell” released when the duo were at the tender age of 17. Now 20 years later, one Hip-Hop’s most influential groups of all time will put their differences aside for the people with a 17-city tour starting this May 9th in Chicago and lasting until June 9th coincidentally in the city of brotherly love, Philadelphia.
Havoc is in preparations to release his next album “13” on two days before the tour kicks on May 7th as you can lookout for the first single “Gone” coming tomorrow afternoon. Prodigy’s been back in the studio delivering quality projects as we fans got releases of his “H.N.I.C. Part 3” and “The Bumpy Johnson Album” as he plans to continue on this year with his collaborative mixtape with The Alcehmist entitled “Albert Einstein.”
Stay tuned for an imminent release date announcement of Havoc’s album along with new single “Gone” due out tomorrow as you can enlarge the image above for a clear view of the entire show dates.
Mac Miller treats his fans to a pleasant surprise tonight with a brand new track featuring Prodigy. “Confessions Of A Cash Register” is some straight hip-hop as both Mac and Prodigy go in over this funky production. Hopefully this is just a teaser of more to come from Mac this year, as his sophomore album Watching Movies With The Sound Off is due sometime in 2013.
Produced by Alchemist and Larry Fisherman.
Remember during the holidays when news broke that Prodigy and The Alchemist announced plans for their collaborative album “Albert Einstien?” Today we get the first offering from the project, as the two legends hit the streets up with “Give ‘Em Hell.” In the record, the QB emcee throws a couple of verbal darts at an unidentified person, which we hope to have confirmation in the near future as to who the track is directly aimed at. If their upcoming album Albert Einstien has some equality sounds to it like this first release, we could be in store for one of the best albums of the year.
Queens Bridge emcee, Prodigy was the next artist featured on the Usual Suspects radio show. P briefly touched on patching things up with his partner in crime, Havoc as the two recently had a phone call conversation. Bumpy Johnson went on to speak on the two doing their own personal goals currently but sees a reunion album in the future as he still loves Mobb Deep for life. The interview closes out with a P dropping an impromptu freestyle.
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Prodigy was very consistent this year release “The Bumpy Johnson Album” & “H.N.I.C. 3” (mixtape as well) all in the course of eight months. Today, we have good news for you infamous p fans as he went to twitter earlier on to announce a new upcoming collaborative album with The Alchemist entitled “Albert Einstien.”
Originally titled “Turf Wars,” we’re officially looking forward to some new P to start the year off right along with that follow-up album produced by Schoir1.
Prodigy touches on a sensitive issue about addiction in his latest cut produced by Illatracks. It appears the duo have been working together for some time now and after the jump you can check the studio footage for the record. P’s latest project The Bumpy Johnson Album is available now.
Prodigy, 1/2 of legendary rap-duel Mobb Deep, makes an announcement that he’ll be linking up with footwear brand SUPRA for a special sneaker/boot and t-shirt collection. P and SUPRA are definitely no strangers to each other, linking up in promotion for his latest H.N.I.C. 3 project, so it was only right that the two did some major business together.
In the video above, Prodigy gives us a brief rundown of what we can expect from him and SUPRA come November for their collaboration.
In a recent sit-down interview with comedian Jack Thiller on Thisis50, Prodigy spoke about all the recent rumors over the year including the Mobb Deep breakup, Gay rumors and his thought on snitches. The QB emcee also touched on the re-release of his “Bumpy Johnson Album” which includes 5 bonus tracks, and also spoke on the two projects in the works he has with Harry Fraud and the Alchemist.
Jack Thriller brought up the original Bumpy Jonson as Prodigy spoke on him not snitching and how some rappers today are getting the pass after snitching. “The Bumpy Johnson Album” is currently on iTunes right now as you can look out for a new book release from P coming soon as well.