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Although know names are dropped, Havoc seems to be continuing to disparage Prodigy in rhyme on this new cut called “Separated (Real From The Fake).” Over a smooth beat outfitted with keys and some sturdy drums, the production half of Mobb Deep drops bars that you can’t help but feel are aimed at P.  “You used to spit bars, but now you just chirp/Like a love bird, and most of your album is for the lovebirds/Son you wildin’, I’ll keep it a thousand, you’re trying on blouses,” he raps on the song, which will appear on his forthcoming 13 album..

Havoc, as well as his cousin Ferg, who has been accused of extorting him, was recently on The Combat Jack Show and spoke at length about his strained relationship with Prodigy. At least we still have our old Mobb Deep records to remember the better times. What do you think of Havoc’s bars? Let us know in the comments.

Listen to “Separated (Real From The Fake)” after the break.

[Spotted at 2 Dope Boyz]


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