Mobb Deep

The death of Mobb Deep member Prodigy sent shockwaves through the music community earlier this week. Prodigy’s partner Havoc is speaking out about how he found out that his partner in rhyme had passed away. Hav was on the way home from his son’s kindergarten graduation when he got the news: “The road manager was […]

Prodigy, one half of Mobb Deep, has died in Las Vegas according to TMZ. His publicist says he was hospitalized “a few days ago in Vegas after a Mobb Deep performance for complications caused by a sickle cell anemia crisis. As most of his fans know, Prodigy battled the disease since birth.” The publicist added […]

Prodigy from Mobb Deep has died in Las Vegas. He was 42 years old.

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Rapper and producer Havoc of Mobb Deep is facing some really serious financial issues. Hav reportedly owes the IRS $110k in back taxes. He also recently lost his New York home to foreclosure. Uncle Sam filed a Tax Lien against Havoc for unpaid taxes for the years 2009 and 2010. He owes $70,185.09 for 2009 […]

Universal Music Group just banned all of its artists from granting exclusive releases to premium streaming services like TIDAL and Apple Music -- the latest in the never-ending cat and mouse between our favorite artists and the corporations that exist to exploit them.

L.A. born crooner Anderson.Paak and TDE rapper Schoolboy Q put on a stellar performance of their joint "Am I Wrong" & more

L.A. born crooner Anderson.Paak and TDE rapper Schoolboy Q put on a stellar performance of their joint "Am I Wrong" & more

Commercially speaking, Mobb Deep’s The Infamous was a modest success. The Recording Industry Association of America has certified the album gold, and it spawned two…

Late last week, One Direction‘s Zayn Malik announced his departure from the hugest boy band on the planet, leaving fans around the world gobsmacked and many teary-eyed. Speaking…

In 1999 New York rap duo Mobb Deep unleashed the dark and brooding, “Quiet Storm,” the first single from their fourth album, “Murda Muzik.”  Thanks to a…