Hip-Hop witnessed one of its legendary groups in Mobb Deep crumble last year, or so we thought. Thankfully, Havoc and Prodigy have since reconciled, but fans haven’t forgotten about their brief spat. Knowing this, the Queensbridge duo sat down with MTV news to discuss their issues and Mobb Deep moving forward.
Founded by New York producer Marley Marl and late radio personality DJ Mr. Magic in Queens, the Juice Crew featured some of the most influential MC’s of Hip-Hop’s “Golden Age” of the 1980s.
His highly-anticipated Life is Good album is set to drop next month, and in preparation for the project, Nas has announced the dates for the international leg of his tour, via his brand new website. During his one-month trek across the pond, Mr. Jones will hit the UK, Germany and Croatia, before returning stateside.
Today, Metta World Peace once again became crazy Ron Artest from Queensbridge. During the Lakers vs. Thunder game, World Peace threw down a dunk and while celebrating James Harden made the mistake of being in the vicinity of the Tru Warier Records rapper/basketball player. After pounding his chest, World Peace sent a vicious elbow toward […]
Nas may have trouble remembering to pay his taxes, but the lyricist has no trouble recalling a funny hood tale. Esco recalls a house party, presumably in Queensbridge, that involves a girl whose parents were out of town, some Deebo like dude called “The Brawler” and furniture. Watch the clip, part of Vice and Project […]