Prodigy and journalist Touré were down under the Manhattan Bridge overpass yesterday for P’s signing of My Infamous Life. Blow! was on hand and documented the occasion. Sidebar: TechieNYC shot flicks.
Prodigy appeared on Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club morning show today to promote his book, My Infamous Life. He spoke on an excerpt in which Capone of C-N-N was accused of snitching. Moments later, N.O.R.E. called in to defend his partner in rhyme.
[vodpod id=Video.6675743&w=540&h=350&fv=configParams%3Dvid%253D644923%2526uri%253Dmgid%253Auma%253Avideo%253Amtv.com%253A644923] Noreaga gave MTV his side of the story on the incident with Mobb Deep, which was described in Prodigy’s autobiography. N.O.R.E admits that he was jumped, but claims a .9mm (not a tec-9) was used during the altercation that left Ty Nitty shot in the back. Although N.O. is confused as to why P would touch on the subject, he says that the two spoke the other day and that no friction will recur. Sidebar: Prodigy Welcomes Creative Control | Nore’aster
Prodigy continued the promo run for his book, My Infamous Life and swung by Peter Rosenberg & Cipha Sounds’ morning show on Hot 97. P discussed his literary effort, Mary J. Blige, Jay-Z and more. If you’re in Brooklyn today, stop by the powerHouse Arena (37 Main Street) for his book signing and interview with Toure. UPDATE: Footage below [vodpod id=Video.6636248&w=540&h=350&fv=]
Tomorrow, Prodigy is releasing his new EP exclusively on Complex. Below you can check out what we can expect from the 7 track offering with a feature from Havoc and production from Alchemist, Sid Roams and King Benny. 1. The One & Only (Produced By Sid Roams) 2. Go Off (Produced By Sid Roams) 3. Black Devil (Produced By Sid Roams) 4. Twilight (Feat. Havoc) (Produced By Sid Roams) 5. For One Night Only (Produced By Alchemist) 6. Strong (Produced […]
Now that Prodigy is a free man, he’s making up for his three year recording hiatus. He turned to his Twitter account yesterday and announced that he’s releasing an EP on April 19 named after Harlem crime boss, Bumpy Johnson. Sounds gangsta. hhnm
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