It appears that Prodigy and Havoc have put their separation to rest and buried the hatchet along with it. In celebration of their 20 year run, the tandem are hitting the road for a 17 city tour. M-O-B-B for life. hhdx
I’ve always appreciated Havoc’s production. In my opinion, he’s one of the best, if not, most underrated producer in the game. In addition to his work with Mobb Deep, he’s made beats classics for The Notorious B.I.G, Nas, Eminem, Foxy Brown, and countless others. DJ Just Dizle shared my sentiments and together, we complied a mix of Hav’s greatest moments. Check out the stream below or download it here.
The last we heard from Havoc musically was back in
Taking the podium in the streets, Havoc puts the imposters in their place with the visual to his controversial record. His project 13 is coming soon.
Havoc has a chip on his shoulders the size of the Grand Canyon on the latest leak from his upcoming album, 13. It’s unclear as to whom he’s addressing, but it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure it out.
Combat Jack bumped heads with Havoc yesterday on PNC Radio. Here’s the synopsis of what went down. A few weeks ago we interviewed Prodigy from Mobb Deep and the conversation was as they say “glass half full” or something like that. But tensions are building with the uncertainty of the legendary groups status. All kinds of allegations being made on the ‘nets. So it was only right that we had Havoc come to the show and get his account on […]
While chatting with AHH, Havoc finally comes clean
“Niggas out here dry snitching writing books/ Lying out their ass just to sell a book” A day of M-O-B-B’s other half turns for the worst in his brand new music video. As you can see, snitching will sure get you in a situation you do not want to be in. 13 coming soon.
Havoc’s out here trying to get it each in every way, with the first leak from his upcoming EP, 13. Although the song is mediocre at best, there’s a highlight at the 1:30 mark, where Hav spits, “niggas out here dry snitching writing books”. Prodigy subliminal? Let’s see how this one unfolds.
Termanology, Roc Marciano and Havoc all take advantage of Statik’s signature sound and respectively do what they do best on their new track. Off of 2012, which drops May 22.