Mobb Deep - Infamy
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Latter half is way better than the former. Murda Muzik to Infamy is one of the biggest downgrades in the history of hip-hop. Too many uninteresting themes and too much tedious songwriting; production is okay for the most part, but not great.


With the Mobb serving as one of the bastions of true street rap and there being a lot of commotion in NYC at the time I personally had decent expectations for Infamy but was ultimately disappointed. Havoc does supply some dope beats here and there but too many of them are monotonous. Havoc as a rapper is pretty unspectacular but is good for a verse occasionally. Prodigy is the real heart of the group and I was also disappointed by him. On songs like Crawlin' where he's coming at Jay, he's at ... read more


I liked this album more than I thought I would. Has a pretty good sound throughout. Havoc and Prodigy have a great chemistry as always. I don't think this is Mobb Deep's worst up to this point.

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Track List

  1. Pray for Me
  2. Get Away
  3. Bounce
  4. Clap
  5. Kill That Nigga
  6. My Gats Spitting
  7. Handcuffs
  8. Hey Luv (Anything)
  9. The Learning (Burn)
  10. Live Foul
  11. Hurt Niggas
  12. Get At Me
  13. I Won't Fall
  14. Crawlin
  15. Nothing Like Home
  16. There I Go Again
  17. So Long (Hidden Track
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Added on: September 10, 2014