Real Friends/No More Parties In LA
Kanye West Feat. Kendrick Lamar & Ty Dolla $ign
Kim Kardashian promised us new Yeezy last night, and indeed, her man has exceeded all expectations by dropping two songs in one, both with the potential to be SWISH material. The first is titled "Real Friends," the track Kim hinted at with last night's tweet, and afterwards, there's a surprise collab with Kendrick Lamar and Madlib, "No More Parties in LA."
Life We Chose
Havoc Feat. Lloyd Banks
Listen to Life We Chose (Prod. By Havoc), the latest track from Havoc, featuring Lloyd Banks. The cut dropped on Tuesday, April 16th, 2013. Havoc's future brightens with every new release, and Life We Chose (Prod. By Havoc) certainly isn't an exception. It's a fitting addition to a solid catalogue that Havoc has been developing since stepping foot in the game. We're excited to hear more.
Taking You Off Here
After Prodigy recently revealed the cover art to his upcoming solo effort The Most Infamous, he decided to link back up with partner Havoc and release some new music for the fans. The duo that is Mobb Deep have decided to make their return to the music scene with a brand new single titled "Taking You Off Here".
If I Shoot You
DJ Absolut Feat. Raekwon, Kanye West, Havoc & Consequence
DJ Absolut has been teasing his "If I Shoot you" remix for years, with various versions of the track showing up on an array of mixtapes. Today, he's shared a fully mastered version of the track with verses from Raekwon, Havoc, Kanye West, and Consequence(Beanie Sigel is listed on the art, but we're not hearing him). The hook riffs on the opening lines of Jay Z's classic track, "Streets Is Watching."
It's Mobb Deep
DJ Absolut's #MixtapeMondays series has been a reliable source of new material from wily veterans of the rap game, and the newest installment is maybe the best #MixtapeMonday ever. Absolut delivers a brand new Mobb Deep song entitled "It's Mobb Deep," in which Prodigy and Havoc let the listener know they're still going hard 20 years after The Infamous. The boom bap-style drums are so in the pocket that even the childish xylophone vamp adornment can't stop Prodigy and Havoc from doing their thing.
Papoose Feat. Troy Ave
The other day Papoose announced a new album, You Can't Stop Destiny, while revealing the artwork, tracklist and release date. He also promised the first single off the album would arrive today, so here it is. Pap enlists Havoc to cook up some dope New York production, and taps fellow New York rapper Troy Ave for a verse on "Mobbin." It really is an NY affair.
Buck 50s & Bullet Wounds
Havoc & Alchemist Feat. Method Man
You always love to see the veterans rap get together and put on a master class to remind everyone how it's done. This morning, Havoc and Alchemist shared "Buck 50s & Bullet Wounds," a new single from their upcoming joint album The Silent Partner that features a verse from Method Man.
Life We Chose (Remix)
Check out Life We Chose (Remix), the latest track from Mobb Deep, which dropped on Tuesday, May 7th, 2013. Mobb Deep's movement grows stronger with each new release, and Life We Chose (Remix) has further strengthened that fact. It's a solid addition to the commendable body of work Mobb Deep has been creating since stepping foot in the rap game, and we're definitely looking forward to what Mobb Deep has on deck.
Same Shit Different Day
Give Same Shit Different Day a spin - it's a new offering from Havoc. It was dropped on Wednesday, July 4th, 2012. Havoc's rap artistry continues to improve with every release, something which is most definitely evidenced on Same Shit Different Day. His ever-expanding catalogue is definitely better for it, and we're looking forward to the next piece of the puzzle - aren't you?
Survival Of The Fittest (ESPN Remix)
A few days back, we reported that Mobb Deep would be remixing their 1995 cut "Survival Of The Fittest" to serve as the intro to ESPN's "NBA Countdown" during the Western Conference Playoffs. Today, it's arrived.
Maintain (Fuck How You Feel)
Havoc & Alchemist
On May 20th, Havoc & producer Alchemist will join forces once again for a new 11-song project called The Silent Partner, which you can pre-order now on iTunes. Looking to kick off the campaign today however, the two decided to give us a green light to premiere the first offering this morning for y’all called “Maintain (Fuck How You Feel).”
John F. Kennedy
Papoose Feat. Cassidy
Papoose continues to flood the web with new content. After hitting us with his new music video for “6 AM” featuring Jadakiss, Jim Jones, and Ice T on Tuesday, the New York rapper returned just hours later with the release of an entire new mixtape titled Cigar Society. Highlighting the project, here goes one of the standout cuts from the newly released mixtape titled “John F Kennedy”, featuring Cassidy.
Stream Gone (Prod. by Havoc), the newest drop from Havoc. The cut was released on Thursday, March 7th, 2013. Things are looking better for Havoc with each new release, which Gone (Prod. by Havoc) has proven yet again. It's worthy addition to the impressive body of work Havoc has been developing over the years. We're looking forward to hearing what's next.
Havoc Feat. Twista
Listen to Eyes Open, the latest track from Havoc, featuring Twista. The cut dropped on Tuesday, May 7th, 2013. Havoc's future brightens with every new release, and Eyes Open certainly isn't an exception. It's a fitting addition to a solid catalogue that Havoc has been developing since stepping foot in the game. We're excited to hear more.
What I Rep
Havoc Feat. Sheek Louch
Mobb Deep's Havoc is prepping a follow-up to his last solo effort Thirteen, Thirteen Reloaded. The album will consist of all new tracks, and is slated to drop on November 18th. We haven't heard from Hav since he did Thirteen, so it's about time he leak some music off Thirteen Reloaded. The first drop is this Sheek Louch-featured "What I Rep." In typical Havoc manner, the self-produced joint has a gritty, hard feeling. Are you feeling it? You can pre-order Thirteen Reloaded on iTunes now, hit the link below.
Tim Westwood Freestyle (2000)
Tim Westwood is sitting on a veritable treasure trove of unreleased radio freestyles from his 25-odd years as a disc jockey. Every week, he dusts off one gem and delivers it to the masses. This week, it's a Mobb Deep freestyle from 2000. The theme here appears to be "Fuck You," as Westwood hand-selects the instrumentals from The LOX's "Fuck You" and Dr. Dre's "Fuck You" for the Mobb Deep emcees to rap over. They go in for nearly 20 minutes, and it feels like they could have gone forever. ICYMI: watch Havoc make a couple beat from scratch below.
Best Of The Best (Remix)
Havoc Feat. Vado
Havoc just dropped off his new album 13 Reloaded earlier this week, and we were able to provide you with an exclusive album stream a day before it hit the web. The stream is still live if you want to check it out before copping it on iTunes. With the entire production handled by the 1/2 of Mobb Deep, you can guarantee you're in for some nice, NY beats.
Havoc is an incredible producer, crafting some of the darkest New York boom bap beats of the 90s, but when it comes to rapping, he's open to working with other beatmakers, most notably on The Silent Partner, his recent collaborative project with The Alchemist. Today, Havoc teams with Philly Wreck on some Bomb Squad-esque production, bringing more of an upbeat energy to his delivery, and a welcome challenge for the Mobb Deep legend. No word on whether there are further collaborations in the works between Hav and Philly.
Precious Paris Feat. Havoc
Precious Paris dropped off two G-Unit freestyles in June, followed by "L.I.T.G. (Living In The Ghetto)" in July. Today the 50 Cent-affiliated rapper returns with Mobb Deep's Havoc by her side on "No Prenup." Louie Skeemz handles the production on this, which is an interesting mix of flutes and mechanical noises. She's offered it for download on her Soundcloud. What do you think of the cut? Worthy of a download?
Prodigy Feat. Raekwon & Havoc
Listen to R.I.P. (Prod. By The Alchemist), the latest track from Prodigy, featuring Raekwon & Havoc. The cut dropped on Thursday, June 6th, 2013. Prodigy's future brightens with every new release, and R.I.P. (Prod. By The Alchemist) certainly isn't an exception. It's a fitting addition to a solid catalogue that Prodigy has been developing since stepping foot in the game. We're excited to hear more.