Mobb Deep Murda Muzik

by Mobb Deep
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Mobb Deep: Havoc, Prodigy.
Additional personnel: Kool G. Rap, Big Noyd, Eightball, Cormega, Chinky, Lil' Cease, Raekwon, Nas, 8-Ball, Lil' Kim (vocals); Def Jam Blaster (scratches).
Producers include: Havoc, The Alchemist, Epitome Shamello Buddah, Prodigy, Jonathan "Lighty" Williams.
Engineers include: Steve Sola, Jonathan Williams, T-Mix.
Recorded at Soundtrack Studios and The Cutting Room, New York, New York; Urban House Studios, Houston, Texas.
Mobb Deep: Havoc, Prodigy.
Additional personnel: Kool G. Rap, Big Noyd, Eightball, Cormega, Chinky, Lil' Cease, Raekwon, Nas, 8-Ball, Lil' Kim (vocals); Def Jam Blaster (scratches).
Producers include: Havoc, The Alchemist, Epitome Shamello Buddah, Prodigy, Jonathan "Lighty" Williams.
Engineers include: Steve Sola, Jonathan Williams, T-Mix.
Recorded at Soundtrack Studios and The Cutting Room, New York, New York; Urban House Studios, Houston, Texas.
MURDAH MUZIK is the forth album from Queensbridge (Queens NY) natives Mobb Deep. Known for street anthems like "Shook Ones Pt. II" and "Survival of the Fittest," Havoc and Prodigy seem every bit as inspired here as they do on earlier recordings. Tracks like "What's Ya Poison (featuring Cormega)," "I'm Going Out (featuring Lil' Cease)," and "Can't Fuck Wit (featuring Raekwon)" show why Mobb Deep's street reputation is as good as it gets. The album also features "Quiet Storm," both the regular and remix versions of which feature Lil' Kim; and an appearance from Kool G Rap on "The Realest," where G Rap shows why he's long been known as a supreme lyricist. Other standouts are "Thug Muzik," "U.S.A. (Alright Then)," and "Let a Ho Be a Ho."

  • Released: 6/1/2018
  • Format: Vinyl
  • Genre: Pop

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