Hit Me Up - Havoc - The Kush Instrumentals

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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Verified Purchase. It;s been 14 years since the M-O-double B graced us with their grimy streey lyricas over tight grimy beats, and now Havoc finally drops his long-awaited debut solo album.

Though short at 12 songs and just under 40 minutes, Havoc still drops some tight material. He produces all 12 tracks, which is a definite plus as always, he doesn't disappoint on the beats. My only problem, as I like him better than Prodigy on the mic, is that guests are on half the songs, and all of the songs they're on, they have more rapping than Hav does, he only does 1 verse on all the songs most of the songs are only 2 verses but the guests do the hok as well.

Of the 12 songs, 3 are ok, the other 9 are good, no classics though. A must have album for fans of real street rap and the Mobb Deep fans.

One person found this helpful. I agree with "Nuisance's" review. However i disagree on your opinion of "Free Agents". I have to agree with Max, this album is not game changing or consistently entertaining. What Havoc needs to do is make an all instrumental album and have other artists rhyme over his music.

It'd be cool if he did like a Soul Survivor type thing but with Infamous era beats. I'd buy that immediately. Max, Mobb Deep are over, just move on and let Prodigy and Havoc play themselves out with mediocre album after mediocre album. Now get to that gut reaction of Kamaal the Abstract, if you really call yourself a Tribe fan! Hey, I liked the Hell On Earth beat Still waiting for Me Against the World, Max And I'm Mobb Deep fan, don't get me wrong, but this staff is just poor, really.

I am probably gonna get so much shit for this, but I actually preferred Havoc to Prodigy on Shook Ones pt. II I dunno, I just think his flow was tighter. I always thought Havoc sounded just as good as Prodigy for the most part of The Infamous. P had that thing where he'd try and rhyme two words that, when pronounced correctly, sound nothing alike, which always pissed me off. September 18, Havoc - The Kush September 18, I didn't plan for this to happen, but sometimes things work out in a bizarre way.

Exactly two years ago today, the less vocal half of Mobb Deep released his debut solo album, The Kush. With this project, Kejuan Muchita, who orders pizzas under the alias Havoc and then gives the wrong address, attempted to prove that his talents didn't lie exclusively behind the boards.

Havoc and his partner-in-rhyme Prodigy make up Mobb Deep, a New York-based rap duo who were seemingly untouchable in the mids, only to suffer through a series of bad business decisions which resulted in losing almost one hundred percent of their fan base. Cellblock P, who is still currently serving a prison sentence, was always considered to be the "real" rapper of the two, even though Havoc also spit quite a few bars, but Hav's magic resonated with the musical compositions he produced: with the skill of a master composer, he crafted dark, brooding masterpieces such as "Shook Ones Pt.

Prodigy had already ventured out of the box to release two solo albums, but Havoc was content with holding off until the fall of , when the expectations would be so fucking low that he could do nothing but impress. Connect to Spotify Dismiss. Search Search. Add artwork View all artwork.

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  1. Sep 18,  · Hit Me Up, a song by Havoc, Un Pacino on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services, you agree to our use of cookies as described in our Cookie reggae.shakalkreemalaramaralsarana.infoinfo Duration: 2 min.
  2. Oct 10,  · Havoc - Kush. October 10, | AM the Queens duo of Prodigy and Havoc have seemingly come up on and for the most part it is either a hit or miss. The conga drums of “Hit Me Up /5(1).
  3. The Kush [Instrumentals] Havoc Kejuan Muchita (born May 21, ), better known by his stage name Havoc, is an American rapper, record producer and one half of the hip-hop duo Mobb Deep with Prodigy.
  4. Sep 18,  · Get all the lyrics to songs on The Kush and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.
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  6. Feb 19,  · Havoc is a talented individual, as we all know, and his style has evolved on Kush from a more gritty sound on the ''00 Mobb releases, to a more smooth, polished, but still hardened sound here. If you're a Mobb Deep fan, give this album a chance/5(5).
  7. The Kush Studio Album by Havoc released in Buy full album. High Quality Kb. Browse similar in: East Coast Hip Hop albums Hardcore Hip Hop albums. The Kush's tracklist: NY 4 Life. Hit Me Up (feat. Un Pachino) Low Quality Kb Low Quality Kb. Buy HQ Kb $ Get Off My Dick.
  8. about. As one of the less-heralded architects of '90s hardcore rap, Queens native producer-MC Havoc (born Kejuan Muchita) never received the same level of credit accorded to Wu-Tang Clan's RZA, but his productions on his albums with Prodigy as Mobb Deep

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