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Prodigy shares a sick new cut called “Give Em Hell.” Havoc just dropped a new solo record called “Tell Me To My Face” last week, so it shouldn’t be too much of a surprise that his Mobb Deep co-d, we hope, drops one of his own, too.

The H.N.I.C. sounds in vintage form kicking that dun language with quotable after quotable. “I’m the illest rapper probably on the earth/Ni–as copy every line that I draw, these rappers is frauds/My artwork expensive, they cannot afford/R.S.V.P., circa 2012, dare a ni–a try to stop me, give em hell,” he spits.

There is no clear target for who P is calling out in his rhymes. More than likely is just the generic struggle rappers of the world before you start searching for any subliminals. But the fact that Mobb Deep’s relationship hasn’t exactly been on the best of terms will only fuel any potential rumors.

The instrumental, a haunting groove, that features a stuttering but soulful vocal clip, is presided over by the Alchemist. “Give Em Hell” will be appearing on the “Keep It Thoro” rapper’s new album, titled Albert Einstein. No word on when the project will drop just yet, though.

Until then, listen to “Give Em Hell,” courtesy of Sway’s Universe, below.

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