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tragedykhadafi12
07-18-2007, 09:00 PM
Havoc is one half of the musical force that rap fans have to come to know and love as Mobb Deep. For the past 14 years, Havoc (along with partner Prodigy) has become one of Hip-Hop’s most influential entities and has released a string of indelible LPs including acclaimed classics like The Infamous, Hell On Earth and Amerikaz Nightmare. To date, Mobb Deep has sold over 4 million records.

While Havoc’s partner Prodigy has already leaped into the solo realm, Havoc has previously not done so due to a hectic recording schedule with Mobb Deep, where he has produced some of the most essential hip-hop tracks of the last decade (“Shook Ones Pt.2,” “Drop A Gem On Em,” “Quiet Storm,” and “The Learning,” among others) and due to the fact that he is one of hip-hop’s most sought after producers (as he has previously worked with a who’s who list of artists including Nas, Capone and Noreaga, Foxy Brown, 50 Cent, LL Cool J, Mariah Carey, Lloyd Banks, The Game, Jadakiss, Lil Kim, Method Man, Notorious B.I.G., etc) as Havoc reaffirms “I was always ready (to drop a solo-album), but the reason why it took me so long is because the timing wasn’t right. I was always working on Mobb Deep material and working with other artists and I used allot of the material I was going to use for a solo-LP for Mobb Deep records.” However, that all changes with the release of Havoc’s debut, The Kush, (the prequel to his official solo-LP) on September 18, 2007 on Nature Sounds Records.

Havoc’s debut has been buzzed about for quite some time and is eagerly anticipated by the group’s fan base and fans of the duo’s hardcore brand of NY hip-hop. Over the years, Havoc’s eerily chilling production has influenced countless producers, set the bar for NYC producers and become the identity for the “Queensbridge sound.” That trend continues with The Kush, as the LP is entirely self-produced by Havoc and as he laments he’s keeping it grimy “basically, The Kush is dark and gutter, I really wanted to go that direction.”

Forsaking littering The Kush with numerous guest-appearances, Havoc choose to keep things entirely in-house and make it an all-family endeavor by design states Havoc, “Besides Prodigy, I did not want a bunch of big stars on it, as it would have taken away from the real objective of the LP, which is grimy and down to earth.”

After working with virtually every big name artist in the urban genre and creating some of the most timeless music Hip-Hop fans have had the pleasure to lay ears upon, Havoc did not need to step out of his zone to stay motivated for The Kush, as he states, “The thing that keeps me motivated is just my love of music, I just love to create. The Kush represents me as an individual and my growth as a producer and lyricist.”

Tracklisting and credits for Havoc’s The Kush:

1) NY For Life (produced by Havoc)
2) I’m The Boss (produced by Havoc)
3) By My Side feat. 40 Glocc (produced by Havoc)
4) One Less Nigga (produced by Havoc)
5) Ride Out feat. Nyce (produced by Havoc)
6) Balling Out feat. Un Pachino (produced by Havoc)
7) What’s Poppin Tonite (produced by Havoc)
8) Class By Myself feat. Nitti (produced by Havoc)
9) Set Me Free feat. Prodigy & Nyce (produced by Havoc)
10) Be There (produced by Havoc)
11) Hit Me Up feat. Un Pacihno (produced by Havoc)
12) Get Off My Dick (produced by Havoc)

http://myspace.com/havocmobbdeep

Jeru
07-18-2007, 09:02 PM
How about using a color that stands out against the black background lol

tragedykhadafi12
07-18-2007, 09:06 PM
hiphopgame.com

tragedykhadafi12
07-18-2007, 09:07 PM
just highlight it, you can see it better

Jeru
07-18-2007, 09:08 PM
hiphopgame.com

LOL gotcha...sucks to try and copy the news from there...I've tried LOL

peace

pep
07-18-2007, 09:56 PM
check the track be there on xxl.com....shit is hot...

SHEEPISH LORD OF CHAOS
07-18-2007, 10:41 PM
i just hope this was better than prodigy's prequel to hnic 2

LuckyTheWonderDog
07-19-2007, 05:04 AM
Here you go:


Havoc is one half of the musical force that rap fans have to come to know and love as Mobb Deep. For the past 14 years, Havoc (along with partner Prodigy) has become one of Hip-Hop’s most influential entities and has released a string of indelible LPs including acclaimed classics like The Infamous, Hell On Earth and Amerikaz Nightmare. To date, Mobb Deep has sold over 4 million records.

While Havoc’s partner Prodigy has already leaped into the solo realm, Havoc has previously not done so due to a hectic recording schedule with Mobb Deep, where he has produced some of the most essential hip-hop tracks of the last decade (“Shook Ones Pt.2,” “Drop A Gem On Em,” “Quiet Storm,” and “The Learning,” among others) and due to the fact that he is one of hip-hop’s most sought after producers (as he has previously worked with a who’s who list of artists including Nas, Capone and Noreaga, Foxy Brown, 50 Cent, LL Cool J, Mariah Carey, Lloyd Banks, The Game, Jadakiss, Lil Kim, Method Man, Notorious B.I.G., etc) as Havoc reaffirms “I was always ready (to drop a solo-album), but the reason why it took me so long is because the timing wasn’t right. I was always working on Mobb Deep material and working with other artists and I used allot of the material I was going to use for a solo-LP for Mobb Deep records.” However, that all changes with the release of Havoc’s debut, The Kush, (the prequel to his official solo-LP) on September 18, 2007 on Nature Sounds Records.

Havoc’s debut has been buzzed about for quite some time and is eagerly anticipated by the group’s fan base and fans of the duo’s hardcore brand of NY hip-hop. Over the years, Havoc’s eerily chilling production has influenced countless producers, set the bar for NYC producers and become the identity for the “Queensbridge sound.” That trend continues with The Kush, as the LP is entirely self-produced by Havoc and as he laments he’s keeping it grimy “basically, The Kush is dark and gutter, I really wanted to go that direction.”

Forsaking littering The Kush with numerous guest-appearances, Havoc choose to keep things entirely in-house and make it an all-family endeavor by design states Havoc, “Besides Prodigy, I did not want a bunch of big stars on it, as it would have taken away from the real objective of the LP, which is grimy and down to earth.”

After working with virtually every big name artist in the urban genre and creating some of the most timeless music Hip-Hop fans have had the pleasure to lay ears upon, Havoc did not need to step out of his zone to stay motivated for The Kush, as he states, “The thing that keeps me motivated is just my love of music, I just love to create. The Kush represents me as an individual and my growth as a producer and lyricist.”

Tracklisting and credits for Havoc’s The Kush:

1) NY For Life (produced by Havoc)
2) I’m The Boss (produced by Havoc)
3) By My Side feat. 40 Glocc (produced by Havoc)
4) One Less Nigga (produced by Havoc)
5) Ride Out feat. Nyce (produced by Havoc)
6) Balling Out feat. Un Pachino (produced by Havoc)
7) What’s Poppin Tonite (produced by Havoc)
8) Class By Myself feat. Nitti (produced by Havoc)
9) Set Me Free feat. Prodigy & Nyce (produced by Havoc)
10) Be There (produced by Havoc)
11) Hit Me Up feat. Un Pacihno (produced by Havoc)

DUMBO
07-19-2007, 08:12 AM
wtf does Havoc do in Mobb Deep again? or yeah he's sucks 50's balls.

DUMBO
07-19-2007, 08:16 AM
Forsaking littering The Kush with numerous guest-appearances, Havoc choose to keep things entirely in-house and make it an all-family endeavor by design states Havoc, “Besides Prodigy, I did not want a bunch of big stars on it, as it would have taken away from the real objective of the LP, which is grimy and down to earth.”


4 of 11 songs include features... get the fuck outta here with that shit.

In-house with G-UNIT equates to "bathhouse"

IronFingaz7
07-19-2007, 10:24 AM
I was hoping to see Trag on the tracklisting, but I still cant wait for this shit. Havoc is true to himself.

P.E.A.C.E.

TAURO
07-19-2007, 10:45 AM
WTF? why is big noyd not on this?

LuckyTheWonderDog
07-19-2007, 10:45 AM
WTF? why is big noyd not on this?

Cos they hangin wit real rappers like Yayo and 50 now?

The Ghost
07-19-2007, 02:48 PM
I'mma buy it. I like Havoc more than prodigy.

IronFingaz7
07-19-2007, 02:50 PM
WTF? why is big noyd not on this?

I dont know, but hes been fucking with Uncle Howie Records, Ill Bill and them.

P.E.A.C.E.

Jin10304
07-20-2007, 04:42 AM
Wait I thought this was the tracklisting?

1. NY For Life (prod by Havoc)
2. I’m The Boss (prod by Havoc)
3. By My Side feat 40 Glocc (prod by Havoc)
4. One Less Nigga (prod by Havoc)
5. Ride Out feat Nyce (prod by Havoc)
6. Balling Out feat Un Pachino (prod by Havoc)
7. What’s Poppin’ Tonight? (prod by Havoc)
8. Class By Myself feat Nitti (prod by Havoc)
9. Set Me Free feat Prodigy & Nyce (prod by Havoc)
10. Be There (prod by Havoc)
11. Hit Me Up feat Un Pachino (prod by Havoc)
12. Get Of My Dick (prod by Havoc)

Not 11 songs wtf u talking about

Longbongcilvaringz
07-20-2007, 04:57 AM
thanks for the new

i'll most likely check it out, hav to me has been decent on the mic recently (not hard when your rhyming on track with p i guess).

and if his production on this is anywhere near the first few mobb deep albums, it will be worth getting.

if he uses alot of synths and the like though, i may never listen to mobb deep again.

Assassinator
07-20-2007, 11:15 AM
this will be a classic havoc sound

WUHEADSINCE93
07-20-2007, 11:19 AM
as long as 50 is not on it I'm good