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The Infamous Havoc Of Mobb Deep - 13 Album


1Already Tomorrow3:35
2Life We Chose
Featuring – Lloyd Banks
3Long Road (Outro)1:23
4Tell Me To My Face
Featuring – Royce Da 5'9"
5Can't Sleep3:09
6This World
Featuring – Masspike Miles
7Colder Days
Featuring – Masspike Miles
8Get Busy4:00
9Favorite Rap Stars
Featuring – Raekwon, Styles P
10Gettin' Mines3:11
11 Bonus Track
13Eyes Open
Featuring – Twista
14Hear Dat3:16


  • Co-producerAndrew Lloyd (tracks: 11), FMG (tracks: 3, 4, 7), Team Green Productions (tracks: 11)
  • Design, ArtworkKaikoó Design Studio
  • Executive-ProducerDevin Horwitz, Havoc
  • GuitarThomas Nevels
  • KeyboardsFMG (tracks: 1, 5)
  • Keyboards [Additional], Drum ProgrammingFMG (tracks: 2)
  • LegalAli Sachedina, Esq
  • Management, Executive-ProducerChris Patilis
  • Mastered ByMichael Fossenkemper
  • Photography ByAndrew Kass
  • ProducerHavoc (tracks: 1 to 7, 9 to 12), Royce Music Group (tracks: 8)
  • Recorded ByAsaiah Wala (tracks: 8), Doe Pesci (tracks: 3), Jason "Asar" Qualls (tracks: 7), Jon Spurgeon (tracks: 6), Scram Jones (tracks: 2)
  • Recorded By, Mixed ByKal "Boogie" Dellaportas (tracks: 1 to 12)
  • Recorded By, Producer, Mixed ByStatik Selektah (tracks: 13)
  • Written-ByA. Lloyd (tracks: 11), B. Reid (tracks: 1 to 5, 7), C. Mitchell (tracks: 6), C. Lloyd (tracks: 3), C. Woods (tracks: 2), D. Styles (tracks: 2), J. Moore (tracks: 4, 8), K. Muchita, M. Wheeler (tracks: 4, 8), P. Baril (tracks: 13), R. Thompson (tracks: 8), R. Otero (tracks: 8), R. Montgomery (tracks: 7), T. Harris (tracks: 8), W. Crabtree (tracks: 11)


  • Barcode (Text): 8 22720 71582 4
  • Barcode (Scanned): 822720715824
  • Matrix / Runout: A01 DIDX-839763 1
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L327
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 50A2


  • Copyright (c) – Nature Sounds Entertainment
  • Produced For – Kejuan Entertainment
  • Recorded At – Boogie's House Studio, Bronx, NY
  • Recorded At – Beast Music Studios
  • Recorded At – Gang Green Studios
  • Recorded At – The Inkkwell Studios
  • Recorded At – GMG Studio
  • Recorded At – Isolation Studios, Detroit MI
  • Recorded At – Hottrak Studios
  • Recorded At – The Showoff Bassment
  • Mixed At – Boogie's House Studio, Bronx, NY
  • Mastered At – Turtle Tone Studios
  • Published By – Juvenile Hell Publishing
  • Published By – Beautiful Sekai
  • Published By – Lloyd Banks Music
  • Published By – Universal Music Publishing
  • Published By – Miles Wheeler Of The Inkkwell
  • Published By – Jerell A. Moore Of The Inkkwell
  • Published By – Staying High Music
  • Published By – Artegia Music
  • Published By – Warner/Chappell
  • Published By – Young Cee Music Publishing
  • Published By – Ralphie O Productions
  • Published By – Team Green Productions
  • Published By – Andrew Lloyd
  • Published By – P Baril


13 is the third solo studio album by American rapper Havoc, one-half of the hip hop duo Mobb Deep. The album was released on May 7, 2013 by Nature Sounds. The singles Tell Me to My Face, Gone and Life We Chose have been released. The album features guest appearances from Styles P, Raekwon, Lloyd Banks, Masspike Miles, Royce da 5'9 and Twista. During 2012 beef broke out between the hip hop group Mobb Deep. On April 9, 2012, Havoc sent out a slew of Twitter insults towards Prodigy. Havoc would. The Infamous Mobb Deep is the eighth and final studio album by American hip hop duo Mobb Deep, which is composed of Havoc and Prodigy. The album was released on April 1, 2014, by Prodigy's Infamous Records and Sony's RED Distribution. The Infamous Mobb Deep is a double album that consists of one disc of new original music and another of unreleased tracks from the recording sessions from their second studio album The Infamous 1995. 2014 г. Havoc of Mobb Deep - Gone Prod. by Havoc - The first track off his third solo studio Album titled 13 released in 2013, by American rapper Havoc, one-half of the infamous hip hop duo Mobb Deep. The album features guest rappers, Raekwon, Styles Deeps second studio album, The Infamous, defined the New York hardcore hip-hop sound with tracks like Shook Ones, Pt. II and Survival of the Fittest solidifying its influence for decades to come. Being almost entirely produced by group member Havoc, the album became the soundtrack for the streets with its dark soundscapes and menacing beats: We had to look deep inside our soul and create some shit that stood the test of time. As natives of Queensbridge, Prodigy and Havoc were able to paint a bleak picture of the street life with their gritty narratives and evocative melodies about crime and poverty on the dark side of New Yorks urban landscape. Listen free to Mobb Deep The Infamous The Start of Your Ending 41st Side, The Infamous Prelude and more. 16 tracks 66:57. Their first album, Juvenile Hell, had been a commercial flop, although it did yield a minor hit, Hit It From The Back, and led to them being dropped by their first label, 4th & Broadway. Prodigy even admits in his new autobiography, My Infamous Life, that him and Havoc didnt really take the songwriting and producing process serious for their debut. Thursday 13 February 2020. Mobb Deep is a hip-hop duo made up of Havoc and Prodigy. Both members are natives of Queensbridge, New York located in Long Island City. Mobb Deeps 1995 classic, The Infamous, shattered those fantasies. Throughout the album, released when Prodigy and Havoc were just 20 years old, the pair dont come off like cinematic heroes they seem like traumatized teens just trying to survive in Queensbridge-Americas largest housing project, right over the bridge from Manhattans old-money Upper East Side. The biggest single from Mobbs first album, 1993s largely forgotten Juvenile Hell, was the lighthearted sex jam Hit It From the Back. In contrast, on the chillingly paranoid Infamous standout Trife Life, Prodigys potential. Город: Infamous 1995. Album by Mobb Deep. Shook Ones Part II. Right Back at You by Mobb Deep feat. Raekwon, Ghostface Killah and Big Noyd. Benjamin by Les McCann 1968. Set It by PHD feat. Havoc 1994. was sampled in. Slow Down Cousin' by Red Foo and Dre' Kroon 1997. Havoc of Mobb Deep reflects on the duos breakthrough album, a dark classic that came to define hardcore hip-hop in the mid-1990s. In the mid-1990s, New York City was in the midst of a major hip-hop resurgence. Mobb Deeps second album The Infamous set the rap world ablaze in 1995, with barely-out-of-their-teens rappers Prodigy and Havoc hailed as dark storytellers with a penchant for murky, melodic odes to street life. 25 years later, Havoc talked to Billboard about making the album that made Mobb Deep stars-and the era that reshaped the 1990s East Coast. It was like we came off of that late-80s, super early-90s vibe and the West Coast was killing it, Havoc remembers

The Infamous Havoc Of Mobb Deep - 13 Album
The Infamous Havoc Of Mobb Deep
FLAC size:
2483 mb
MP3 size:
2811 mb
WMA size:
1340 mb
07 May 2013
Nature Sounds
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