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- The Making of Mobb Deep's 'The Infamous'
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The mids were perhaps the most monumental time period for Hip Hop. The east coast renaissance was in full swing, led by Notorious B. The energy had partially been snatched back from the west coast, which had produced a number of timeless records that dominated the early s. Twenty-plus years later, it is easy for many to forget that other than Biggie, Nas and Wu-Tang, there was another New York act that was making major noise in Hip Hop in It was a duo that specialized in gritty yet stunning beats, and some of the best street-level tales that were being told not on an album named Illmatic or Ready to Die. The duo was back for more in , with what is today an album that is painstakingly overlooked as one of the best Hip Hop albums of all-time. Perhaps feeding a bit off of success of a relatively gritty record like Illmatic , fellow Queensbridge artists Mobb Deep reinvented their sound from their debut and dropped their magnum opus, The Infamous , in April
In addition to the original album, they are including a disc of rare and unreleased tracks from the sessions along with a full new album, confusingly, called The Infamous Mobb Deep. II" is one of rap's most perfect sounds—but what is it? It might be a horn.
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MOBB DEEP "The Infamous..." ADELAIDE Show
The Making of Mobb Deep's 'The Infamous'
The Infamous stylized as The Infamous It was released on April 25, , by Loud Records. The album features guest appearances by Nas , Raekwon , Ghostface Killah , and Q-Tip , who also contributed to its production and mixing. Embedded with hyper-visual lyricism, dark soundscapes, gritty narratives, and hard beats, it marked Mobb Deep's transition from a relatively unknown rap duo to an influential and commercially successful one. II" being the most successful. The album's haunting style, defined by its evocative melodies, rugged beats, and lyrics dealing with crime and poverty in inner city neighborhoods reflected the dark side of New York 's urban landscape in a manner that received special recognition and critical praise.
Today in Hip Hop History: Mobb Deep Dropped Their Debut Album ‘Juvenile Hell’ 26 Years Ago