Mobb Deep's Havoc Talks 'The Infamous' Unanswered Questions For Its 25th Anniversary

HipHop News Posted on April 25, 2020 at 2:15pm

Mobb Deep's Havoc Talks 'The Infamous' Unanswered Questions For Its 25th Anniversary

#DXCLUSIVE: The Queensbridge legend also reveals is artist inspiration behind those groundbreaking beats.

At the time of its release, Mobb Deep’s marquee album — The Infamous — wasn’t your ideal project destined to be heralded during its silver anniversary.

However, as the group’s surviving member Havoc tells HipHopDX, “I don’t know if it sounds cliché as to whatever it is, but if it wasn’t for that album, I wouldn’t be talking 25 years later about it. So I would have to say that that is definitely my favorite album for more reasons than one.”.centered-ad {

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Released on April 25, 1995, a then 20-year-old Havoc and his lifelong friend-turned-bandmate, the late Prodigy, managed to incorporate the gritty and unforgiving nature of maneuvering through their Queensbridge streets into a 16-track opus that marvelously illustrated pain, intemperance, dominance and often, remorse.

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