Mobb Deep : Infamy

Mobb Deep: Infamy

Infamy

Mobb Deep

Label
Sony Bmg
LOUD - 2LP
Music on Vinyl - 2LP
Release year
2001
2001/2018 - 2LP
2016 - 2LP
Available versions
CD 11,99 €

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• 180 GRAM AUDIOPHILE VINYL • INSERT • INCLUDES “HEY LUV”, “CRAWLIN” AND “THE LEARNING (BURN)”

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Track list

Side A
1. Pray For Me – featuring Lil’ Mo 2. Get Away 3. Bounce 4. Clap

Side B
1. Kill That Nigga (Kill That) 2. My Gats Spitting – featuring The Infamous Mobb 3. Handcuffs 4. Hey Luv (Anything) – featuring 112

Side C
1. The Learning (Burn) – featuring Noyd 2. Live Foul 3. Hurt Niggas (Hurt) – featuring Noyd 4. Get At Me

Side D
1. I Won’t Fall 2. Crawlin 3. Nothing Like Home – featuring Littles 4. There I Go Again – featuring Ron Isley

Rap duo Havoc and Prodigy aka Mobb Deep from Queensbridge, Queens, New York returned in 2001 with their fifth album. Resurfacing, after recording Murda Muzik [MOVLP1663], this time they approached the rap-scene differently, moving away from the minimalistic stripped-down heavy violence hip/hop.
Center of attention during the release of Infamy was the beef between Jay-Z and Prodigy. During the time of release Prodigy (of Mobb Deep) had been the center of Jay-Z’s attack on his track “The Takeover” and Mobb Deep cut the track “Crawlin” where Prodigy strikes back on Jay-Z calling him “H to the know”. Tracks like “The Learning (Burn)” featuring Noyd, “Kill That Nigga” and productions from Scott Storch (Dr. Dre/Nas/50 Cent) for “Live Foul” still display the dark beats and straight-up street rhymes Mobb Deep is known for.
The first single of the album was the track “Hey Luv” featuring R&B group 112. Infamy sold over 800.000 copies in the USA alone, reached #26 in the US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and has been certified Gold by the RIAA.

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