01. Dead Man Shoes
02. Black Cocaine
03. Conquer
04. Get It Forever feat. Nas
05. Last Days


The Most Infamous

Jay Electronica stays true to his word and drops his more than exciting collaboration with Mobb Deep, entitled “Call of Duty (Modern Warfare 3).” Justifying the hype surround his persona, the enigmatic emcee from New Orleans delivers thought-provoking lyrics over a militaristic instrumental by Young Guru while the Mobb proves that it hasn’t been going anywhere. Act 2: Patents of Nobility is coming.


You know the story goes..
When Real see Real
We recognize
When you seee the steel flash
You petrified
Steve Jobs seen death after just retiring
Takes Vision to Build
God Bless the Dead,
That’s Mac, That’s Pac, That’s Pun, That’s Big.

Niggas know the Sunshine Eternal
I burn slow like Disco Inferno
Burn slow like blunts with yayo

I went from Myspace to the top of the food chain
The Sperm hit the Egg like a missle then 9 months later The Celebratory News came
Exhibit C gave the Whole world a mood change

Niggas call my album is detox
Cause they know I’m finna bring the chronic

RocNation ColeWorld
Its a wrap nigga
Put yo diamonds in the sky take that nigga

Put your diamonds in the sky
And repeat after me if you tired of getting by
As time go by an eye for eye
We in this together son your beef is mine

Put your diamonds in the sky
And repeat after me if you tired of living lies
As time go by an eye for eye
We in this together son your beef is mine

To whom it may concern
If its hate
Wait your turn
Dig a crate
Make a urn

Please God tell Flex drop a bomb on me
Tell the Minister to tattoo the Quran on me
before the men in black try to pin a crime on me
and rupert murdock and his goons get to lyin on me

The Lord is my Shepherd
so tell the Royal Family to order my records
And spread em cross europe in a organized method
We could heal the planet with a organized effort
The Jews and the Christians and th Muslims and the buddhist and the Seiks, and scientologist they all are my brethren
Play this on radio
You never heard another nigga say this on the radio
I made it out the ghettio
Brunch with the Rothchilds
Dinner with the Carters
Jay Electstopthepress
Criticalest Artist


Mobb Deep has announced an upcoming EP to be released on Black Friday (November 25th). Speaking with XXLMag.com, Havoc and Prodigy revealed that the EP, which is already completed, will feature production from J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, The Alchemist and Young Free and consist of seven or eight songs.

“We have an EP coming on Black Friday,” said Havoc. “We didn’t come up with a title yet, but we’ll have a title that will mean something. It will be like seven or eight songs. I did like three. We have some produced by J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, Alchemist and this kid named Young Free.”

The duo recently announced a deal with Sony’s RED to distribute projects released on their Infamous Records shingle. This marks the first time that Mobb Deep has released a new batch of tracks in five years.

[September 19]

UPDATE: The Alchemist has revealed the title for Mobb Deep’s upcoming release, The Black Cocaine EP, due November 25th (via RR).


ALCHEMIST Mobb Deep : The Black Cocaine EP.
Sep 25 via Echofon Favorite Retweet Reply


Prodigy and Havoc announce their new deal for their upcoming album, “Mobb Deep.”

Mobb Deep previously revealed that its upcoming ninth album will arrive in stores by year’s end. Now, Prodigy and Havoc appear to making good on their promise, revealing to MTV News that their self-titled ninth album will be distributed through Sony RED Distribution.

“After almost 20 years in this industry, it was inevitable for us to take matters into our own hands. We feel that RED is the perfect home for our brand,” Prodigy told MTV News. “We know who our fans are and what they want from Mobb Deep. We’re excited to take a new step in our career,” added Havoc.

“Mobb Deep is an iconic act, having been on the cutting edge of music and social commentary for years. We are happy and excited to distribute the next chapter in their musical career,” said RED President Bob Morelli.

Mobb Deep is currently without a release date.