Mobb Deep’s second studio album, The Infamous, turns 20 years old today. Through quality bars, samples, beats, and skits, Havoc and Prodigy were able to impact the trajectory hip-hop by delivering a record that is in the GOAT discussion for many.
Fabolous' latest giveaway is not your average freestyle--it was a major statement. Most rappers, wisely, would shy away from such a beat--"Shook Ones", the lead off Mobb Deep's legendary The Infamous. But Fabo gave it a good shot. The best? You decide.
Mobb Deep Announce New Album & Tour For The 20-Year Anniversary Of "The Infamous" [Update: Artwork Revealed] Feb 18, 2014 at 01:38pm
Mobb Deep have been over more than a few rough patches in the span of their career, but they've always managed to come back after.
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