WATCH FULL INTERVIEW: goo.gl/ZBh38fDownload as mp3 In this emotional clip, Havoc of Mobb Deep describes being with Prodigy in the days leading up to his death and reflects on their friendship over the years. Havoc tells Vlad about the moment he learned that Prodigy had passed: “I knew it was a lie,” he says, “But […]

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In this emotional clip, Havoc of Mobb Deep describes being with Prodigy in the days leading up to his death and reflects on their friendship over the years. Havoc tells Vlad about the moment he learned that Prodigy had passed: “I knew it was a lie,” he says, “But when I came to the realization […]

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WATCH FULL INTERVIEW HERE: www.youtube.com/watch?v=A7v2id2lsLkDownload as mp3 Hip hop pundit Lord Jamar in this clip talks about Prodigy’s death, the Queensbridge mural dedicated to him that kept getting defaced and was ultimately taken down, and how Mobb Deep reinvigorated true New York hip hop. “Biggie blew up, [but] his biggest records sounded Cali in a […]

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In this clip, Havoc goes in depth about the Mobb Deep’s early releases and the success that followed. Havoc details how Hell on Earth going gold got him out of the projects, although he continued to spend the majority of his time there. He later spoke about the Quiet Storm remix which is commercially one […]

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Mobb Deep rapper Havoc spoke about being stressed out before the release of The Infamous, due mostly in part to his brother, Killa Black, being on the run for murder. He later beat the trial, but Killa Black died after taking his own life, thus inspiring the dark title of their second album “Hell on […]

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One-half of the infamous Mobb Deep, Havoc stopped by VladTV for an exclusive interview detailing the rise of the legendary group. Havoc discusses how Mobb’s Deep first album, “Juvenile Hell”, flopped and how they were subsequently dropped from their first label. Mobb Deep quickly bounced back, signing to Steve Rifkind’s Loud Records. Havoc talks about […]

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Havoc of Mobb Deep joined VladTV for his first interview since Prodigy passed, and here he talks about growing up in Queensbridge in the 1980s, his decision to pursue music, and how he initially linked with Prodigy. Havoc describes the chain of events that led to the birth of Mobb Deep: an early record deal […]

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After the untimely death of Prodigy, DJ Vlad sits down with his longtime friend and the other half of Mobb Deep, Havoc. Havoc details what it was like growing up in Queensbridge, their first rap names, and reveals Prodigy turned down a deal to work with him at first. The producer then goes on to […]

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Legendary west coast rapper MC Eiht stopped by VladTV for an exclusive interview discussing some of the contemporary issues in hip-hop. With the abrupt passing of Prodigy, Vlad and MC Eiht discuss the impact of Mobb Deep as one of the pioneers of East-Coast gangsta rap and how important health and wellness is for aging […]

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One-half of the Infamous Mobb Deep, Prodigy sat down with VladTV for an exclusive interview discussing the impact and legacy that Mobb Deep had on the culture. Legendary in his own right, Prodigy discussed helping to usher in a new style of music; a hardcore style of rap focused on the darker elements of the […]

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Steve Rifkind is a music mogul who has broken in some of the biggest hip hop artists in history such as Wu-Tang Clan, Mobb Deep, Big Pun, and Akon. He sits down with DJ Vlad to discuss his career trajectory from managing New Edition in the late 80s to founding Loud Records and SRC Records. Download as […]

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Famed music executive Steve Rifkind spoke about his massive success with Wu-Tang during an exclusive interview with VladTV, as he explained they were the first group to get him his first big check. Afterward, Steve said he renegotiated his deal with RCA and signed Big Pun.Download as mp3 When asked about signing Pun, Steve revealed […]

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SRC and Loud Records founder Steve Rifkind was behind some seminal acts of hip-hop’s “Golden Age.” Here, Steve reflects on his experience with Wu-Tang Clan and Mobb Deep. He takes Vlad through the stages of Wu-Tang’s early success, starting with the songs “M.E.T.H.O.D. Man” and “Protect Ya Neck,” to the fracturing of the group into […]

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Taxstone on Prodigy Not Being a Great Rapper but Mobb Deep Being LegendarysourceDownload as mp3

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Mixtape: www.datpiff.com/mixtapes-detail.php?id=517619Download as mp3 This is a rework of the infamous single “Shook Ones Pt. II” by Mobb Deep. You can hear the DJ Mustard influence. Twitter: @impossiblebeats ——————–IGNORE————–­­­—— (2Chainz Type Beat, 2 Chainz Instrumentals, New Trap Beat, New Hard Trap Beat, Soulja Boy Type Beat, Wale Type Beat, , Hard Trap Beat, , Free […]

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Beat Title: ‘Short Story’ Download Link For Non-Profit Use: www.soundclick.com/util/downloadSong.cfm?ID=13181145www.KannibalBeats.com To Download This Beat For Free!Download as mp3 Untagged Version For Only $14.99! Simple Little Old School Beat For This One. Nice 90s Boom Bap Style With That New York, Mobb Deep Type Influence. Just Wanted Something Short And Sweet Someone Could Just Jump Right […]

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