Last year, there were a lot of back–and–forth‘s between Prodigy and Havoc. But now, the duo have reconciled for their upcoming 20th anniversary
With P out the picture, Havoc’s back to carrying his own weight. And today, he premieres the latest visual off solo set 13. Album arrives in stores on May 7th
Havoc is far from gone. And come May 7, he will be releasing his solo album 13. But today, he uploads another self-produced track to his soundcloud. In a few months, he’ll reunite with Prodigy.
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.