Havoc Confirms Upcoming MOBB DEEP Album

Havoc Confirms Upcoming MOBB DEEP Album

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In an exclusive interview aired on Thursday (July 31), Havoc has excited fans by announcing that a brand new MOBB DEEP album, featuring posthumous vocals from his late rap partner, is currently in progress.

Moreover, he shared plans about an upcoming collaboration with Method Man. During a candid discussion on the People’s Party podcast with Talib Kweli, the Queens MC delved into his music journey.

Havoc discussed his creative partnership with artists like RJ PAYNE and Rass Kass, while the highlight of the conversation was his revelation about working on a new project incorporating the voice of the departed Prodigy, who tragically passed away in 2017.

In his own words…

“I’m actively working on a MOBB DEEP album now, as we speak. The family blessed me with a bunch of vocals [by Prodigy] and soon as I leave here, I’m goin’ back to work”. Havoc stated.

Reflecting on his storied career in mid-August, the 49-year-old rapper shared insights into his favorite MOBB DEEP album during an interview on SiriusXM’s Shade 45.

Speaking passionately about the group’s evolution, Havoc revealed that their 1995 masterpiece, “The Infamous,” held a special place in his heart.

This album marked a turning point, resurrecting MOBB DEEP’s status after a lackluster debut. “The Infamous, catapulted us”, Havoc explained.

“A lot of the supporters be like, ‘Yo, Infamous is dope but Hell on Earth is crazy’.

But, for me, the reason why I say The Infamous [over Hell on Earth is] because without The Infamous album bringing us back from an album that didn’t really do good [Juvenile Hell], we probably wouldn’t be sitting here talking to you”.

The duo’s iconic track “Shook Ones, Pt. II” from the 1995 release continues to resonate within Hip Hop history.

In recent months, Havoc addressed the long-standing rumor about a stove “sample” on the track during an interview on the SiriusXM radio show, WkndWork.

With candor, he set the record straight, revealing that the famed stove sound was a myth, not a real burner.