Mobb Deep Songs

  • It's Mobb Deep
    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. 
  • Survival Of The Gorillas
    Survival Of The Gorillas
    It's been a minute since Sheek Louch spit a Silverback Gorilla 2 freestyle, and today he gets back to it with "Survival of the Gorillas." Continuing his habit of putting old school beats to work, he spits over Mobb Deep’s “Survival of The Fittest” instrumental, though he quotes the signature line from their "Shook Ones Pt. II."
  • Shook1nes (Remix)
    Shook1nes (Remix)
    Respect to Fabolous and Lloyd Banks but Audio Push's series of loose freestyles might be the best of anybody this year. After flipping Future's "Commas" and K Camp's "Lil Bit," the Cali duo goes old school in their latest freestyle, going in over Mobb Deep's "Shook Ones Part II." Within the first two bars it is immediately clear that they have unlocked the key for optimal flow on this timeless beat.
  • Hide Away
    Hide Away
    Mobb Deep gave us the 20th anniversary edition of their seminal sophomore effort, The Infamous, a year early, so they had to have something in the bank for 2015. Arriving soon is the Survival Of The Fittest EP (the title once again a reference to a track from their 90s classic), which will find Havoc and Prodigy together for a few new tracks.
  • Survival Of The Fittest (ESPN Remix)
    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.
  • The Realest (Freestyle)
    The Realest (Freestyle)
    After getting featured on Capone-N-Noreaga’s track earlier today “3 On 3”, Sheek Louch, of The Lox, decides to come through and liberate a new freestyle for us called “The Realest”.
  • Quiet Storm (Freestyle)
    Quiet Storm (Freestyle)
    Fabolous has been on point with his #FridayNightFreestyles these past few weeks, and back at it tonight for his latest, the Young OG decides to take on Mobb Deep’s classic cut “Quiet Storm”.
  • Biology
    Today is storied hip-hop producer The Alchemist's birthday, and he's turned the tradition of gift-giving on its head, giving US a present on his earthly anniversary. The gift comes in the form of a previously-unreleased track that Uncle Al made with Mobb Deep entitled "Biology."
  • Hell On Earth (Hoodie Season) (Freestyle)
    Hell On Earth (Hoodie Season) (Freestyle)
    A few minutes ago, we posted Emilio Rojas' take on DeJ Loaf's breakout hit "Try Me," and now the NY rapper returns with another fresh track of bars. This time, he takes things away from the zeitgeist and back to the '90s, going in over Mobb Deep's "Hell On Earth."  Again adorned with artwork of Will Ferrell in "Night At The Roxbury" and again containing a sample of audio from the same flick, this "Hell On Earth" freestyle finds Rojas in real-talk mode, rapping about conspiracies like "the FDA killed more than the NRA."
  • Shark
    Mobb Deep return today, a few months removed from the release of their album The Infamous Mobb Deep. After giving us a remix of one of the album cuts "Dirt" with Ghostface Killah, they've unleashed some new content with that gritty New York sound.
  • Dirt
    Mobb Deep released their first album since 2006's Blood Money this year, which fell (somewhat) in line with the 20th anniversary of their seminal sophomore album, The Infamous. One of the album's highlights, "Dirt" has now been graced with a remix, recruiting fellow New York legend Ghostface Killah for the occasion. The guitar-driven track is produced by Illmind, Gabriel Lambirth, Karon Graham, and provides some instrumental breaks before the boom bap drums drop on each respective verse.
  • Itinerary
    Mobb Deep have released no shortage of music these past few months, with plenty of album leaks leading up to the The Infamous Mobb Deep, which celebrated 20 years following their album The Infamous.
  • The Outcome
    The Outcome
    Mobb Deep just released the 20th anniversary edition of The Infamous (though it should be noted, it arrived a year early), as well as a brand new full-length, The Infamous... Mobb Deep.They've now shared a new exclusive track, "The Outcome" which will appear on DJ Whoo Kid and DJ S.Whit’s upcoming mixtape, The Elevation 2, which drops April 19th.
  • My Block
    My Block
    Producer Kaytranada, a Montreal native, is making moves. The remix artist recently took a trip to NYC, and while there he was invited to the Red Bull Studios where he happened to have a recording session with none other than the infamous Mobb Deep.
  • Watch That Nigga
    Watch That Nigga
    Prodigy and Havoc had a brief stint with G-Unit in 2006, releasing their 7th studio album, Blood Money through 50 Cent's imprint. Before that happened, they put out a warm up mixtape, Something Like A Horror Flick, which happened to be a 32 track, 85 minute affair. While there were plenty of highlights from the project, "Watch That Nigga", which showed up during the home stretch of the lengthy tape stood out.
  • All A Dream
    All A Dream
    We've already received one big Mobb Deep collaboration today, the Bun B & Juicy J-featured "Legendary." On top of this, we've received a full album stream for Prodigy & Havoc's The Infamous Mobb Deep double disc album.
  • Legendary
    After hearing “Taking You Off Here” & “Say Something” a few weeks ago, Prodigy and Havoc, bka Mobb Deep, are back with another record off their upcoming album The Infamous Mobb Deep.
  • Say Something
    Say Something
    We already heard one new record from Mobb Deep ("Taking You Off Here") for their upcoming album The Infamous Mobb Deep, which will celebrate the 20-year anniversary of their classic effort The Infamous.
  • Street Certified (CDQ)
    Street Certified (CDQ)
    Over the weekend we received a radio rip of M.O.P's new single, "Street Certified" which featured fellow New Yorkers Mobb Deep. The track was premiered by Shade 45, but now we've been blessed with the CDQ. The hard-hitting and grimy record is nothing less than what'd we'd expect from M.O.P/Mobb Deep. If you're feeling it, hit iTunes to purchase the single. Billy Danze, 1/2 of M.O.P, was recently on Twitter discussing the single and a new M.O.P album, and he confirmed that DJ Premier would be "supplying bangers for the New M.O.P album." We'll be keeping our eyes peeled.
  • Street Certified [Tags]
    Street Certified [Tags]
    Bump Street Certified [Tags], the latest cut from M.O.P featuring Mobb Deep on the assist. It was released on Sunday, February 2nd, 2014. Things are improving for M.O.P with each new offering, and Street Certified [Tags] is certainly no exception. It's a worthy addition to the M.O.P's catalogue, which has seen much evolution as of late. We're definitely anticipating the next step.