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Mobb Deep is an American Hip Hop duet comprising Prodigy and Havoc. It’s among the most critically acclaimed duet from the east shore. The group is recognized because of its tough and black tunes. It’s among the most well-known rap groups on the planet. They’ve sold more than 3 Million records. They’ve released the 2 classic Hip Hop records named The Infamous and Hell on earth. They played a prime role in the development of east coast hip hop. The duet split for some time in 2012 due to some internal feuds. Prodigy appeared on the sound track of the film Boys and the hood.

Mobb Deep Net Worth $17 Million Dollars

When Prodigy and Havoc were 19 years they released their first record Juvenile hell. Its top single was Peer Pressure. The record did a lousy mainstream company and got negative reviews. It was considered by critics as another hip hop record which glorifies hardcore lyrics. It was made by DJ Premier and Large Professor. Havoc subsequently appeared in a critically acclaimed record of the Black moon. The record got a critical acclaim and was an immediate success. The depicted the adversities confronted one of the street people in Brooklyn. The lyrics were packed and genuine. With this record, Mobb Deep became among the most notable artists of the New York City. They were tremendously successful like their east shore contemporaries Nas, Jay Z, Biggie, and Wu-Tang Clan. Mobb Deeps third record Hell on Earth premiered in 1996. The record was favorably matched by the critics and was an immediate success. It was #1 R&B Hip Hop record that time. With this, Mobb deep received enormous popularity and success. The record was made to raise awareness about AIDS on the list of African women and men. It’s regarded as a hip hop classic. Mobb Depp released their 4th record Infamy in 2001. The record got lukewarm response from many critics. Although, many critics praised the record and it was a commercial success. Infamy was a response to Jay Z’s disses in his celebrated album The Blueprint. Mobb Deep released its next record and it was named Americaz Nightmare. The record sold about 4,00,000 copies and was considered a poor launch devoid of much promotion and hype. Although it received great reviews from the critics. A tune in the record was featured on Grand Theft Auto IV. Mobb Deep is regarded as a legendary Hip Hop duo and they may be in charge of the revival of East side hip hop. The Duet split up for some time in 2011 due to some differences. Havoc even made a diss track directed at prodigy. Nevertheless, they reconciled their differences and are taking care of a brand new record that’s slated to be released in 2014. They have been a legendary hip hop group and are incredibly rich. They’ve sold more than 3 Million records within their career and have made a bundle through it. Mobb Deep has an extremely big fan base. Its new record is anticipated to sell numerous copies.

FAMOUS QUOTATIONS BY MOBB DEEP: It’s not like were doing everything simultaneously. The records gonna come out in a specific sequence, so the precedence is in a particular sequence. And essentially, we self contained. We be doing records for years. Regular were in the studio only workin. When we woke up, we went downstairs and began doing music. Now we purchased our own studio beyond the crib. So we only meet up there and work on some music. It’s not enjoy our own label. We dont want our own label no further. Its larger than that, you understand I sayin? All we got time for would be to go on tour, work on the music and work on whatever else companies that we gonn do to earn money. Essentially the deal he offered us, you know what I am talking about? We in company, it was a business deal. So it was like larger than a record deal. We got like side projects we working on, a publication business distinct stuff happening like G Unit Clothing, Reebok and a great deal of other things.

Quick Facts

Height:1.68 m
Profession:Hip hop duo
Nationality:American,
Record labels:G-Unit Records, Loud Records
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Interesting Facts

#Fact
1Released their new album 'Blood Money' on May 2nd, 2006. They are scheduled to perform at New York hip-hop/R&B radio station Hot 97's Summer Jam 2006 concert in June. [May 2006]
2NYC: Released a comeback EP 'Black Cocaine', their first release since Prodigy's jail time. The work features a reunion track with Nas, a once long-time collaborator. [November 2011]
3Signed to 50 Cent's record label, G-Unit
4Prodigy finishes writing his memoirs in prison while Havoc prepares beats for his release. The two amicably leave G-Unit records for an independent deal. [May 2010]
5Prodigy suffers from Sickle Cell Anemia. In 2002, Mobb Deep had to cancel an overseas tour because he was hospitalized after a bout with the disease. On the song "You Can Never Feel My Pain" from his solo album "H.N.I.C.", Prodigy raps about his experiences with Sickle Cell, both in his childhood and adult life.
6In 2000, they filmed a movie titled after their fourth album, "Murda Muzik", about gang life in Queensbridge. However, it has not yet been released (and probably never will be released) due to a lack of funding and promotion after their original label, Loud Records, shut down.


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Filmography

Soundtrack

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Entourage2015performer: "Give Up The Goods Just Step"
The Central Park Five2012Documentary performer: "Last Man Standing"
Skate 32010Video Game performer: "Put 'Em In Their Place"
Grand Theft Auto IV2008Video Game performer: "Dirty New Yorker"
Stomp the Yard2007performer: "Put 'Em in Their Place"
The Wire2006TV Series performer - 1 episode
Entourage2006TV Series 1 episode
Something New2006/Iperformer: "The Learning Burn"
Get Rich or Die Tryin'2005performer: "You a Shooter"
Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories2005Video Game performer: "Shook Ones Pt. II"
NBA Live 20042003Video Game performer: "Another Victory"
Beef2003Documentary performer: "L.A., L.A. Remix"
Lyricist Lounge: Hip Hop Video Classics2003Video performer: "Shook Ones Pt. II"
8 Mile2002performer: "Shook Ones Pt. II", "Survival Of The Fittest"
Any Given Sunday1999performer: "NEVER GOIN' BACK"
Black & White1999/Iperformer: "Can't Get Enough of It"
In Too Deep1999performer: "Quiet Storm Remix", "Where Ya Heart At"
Slam1998performer: "Feel My Gat Blow"
Steel1997performer: "More Trife Life"
Original Gangstas1996performer: "War's On"
Sunset Park1996performer: "Back at You" / producer: "Back at You"
Don't Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood1996performer: "Up North Trip" / producer: "Up North Trip"

Actor

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Statistic: The Movie2001Video

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Tale of the Tape2018Documentary filmingHimself
The Roots Present2005VideoThemselves
Car Cruzin'2005TV Series documentaryHimself
Beef2003DocumentaryThemselves
Lyricist Lounge: Hip Hop Video Classics2003VideoThemselves (segment "Shook Ones Pt. II")
Last Call with Carson Daly2002TV SeriesThemselves - Musical Guest
Da Hip Hop Witch2000VideoHimself

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