[Watch] On Its 20th Anniversary, Legendary Hip-Hop Heads Pay Homage To Mobb Deep’s ‘The Infamous’ In Original Docushort

“Survival of the Fittest”…”Eye For An Eye”…”Give Up The Goods”…”Temperature’s Rising”…”Up North Trip”…”Cradle To The Grave”…”Shook Ones Pt. II”… Truly one of the greatest albums ever.

The Urban Daily

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In the history of Hip-Hop, there are only a handful of albums that have completely shifted the culture. On April 25, 1995 – 20-years ago today, Mobb Deep’s The Infamous dropped and immediately became one of those albums. In honor of the 20-year anniversary of their Loud Records debut, The Urban Daily presents, Mobb Deep: Still Infamous – a 3 part docu-short we produced to pay homage to one of the most important albums in Hip-Hop history.

Hailing from hallowed grounds of Queensbridge, NY, the home of Hip-Hop legends like MC Shan and Nas, Mobb Deep, comprised of Kejuan “Havoc” Muchita and Albert “Prodigy” Johnson dropped the raw and gritty LP as a follow up to their debut album Juvenile Hell. The Infamous was a darker, more brooding production that captured the essence of life on the streets of New York City in the mid-90s. Only…

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