Put Em In Their Place
Blood Money marks the 7th release by Mobb Deep.'Put Em In Their Place' is a taster of what is featured on 'Blood Money'.
Blood Money will feature G-Unit member's Young Buck ("Give It To Me"), Lloyd banks ("You Can't Get With This"), Tony Yayo ("Night Rider") and 50 Cent ("Pearly Gates" and "Creep") over the Mobb's signature sound: aggressive, mesmerizing and innovative.
For the first time in the respective careers the Mobb have gone outside the norm for production duties. Joining Havoc on Blood Money are G-Unit's own Sha Money XL, Mobb affiliate, The Alchemist, up-and-comer Jonathan "JR" Rotem (50 Cent, Fabolous, Snoop Dogg) and legendary producer, Dr. Dre. The most sought after producer in music adapted to the Mobb's haunting sound for the infectious "Nightmares". "It was crazy." says Havoc about finally working with the greatest hip-hop producer of all time, Dr. Dre. "You get to see a genius at work. He is actually making beats after all these years. Coming from producer's stand point, that's an inspiration to me." It's that inspiration that encouraged Havoc to create some of his best tracks to date as he provided Blood Money with 70 percent of the albums production. Another track that sure to earn a strong word of mouth is the controversial, "Pearly Gates", a track that find's Prodigy unleashing some of his most powerful lyrics to date. "This is how I felt." says Prodigy about the rhymes many will deem as blasphemy. "I've been through enough to where I've earned the right to speak what I spoke."
Hip-Hop music has been good to Mobb Deep since both, Havoc and Prodigy, first met at New York City's Arts and Graphics High School in Manhattan. Influenced by the golden era sounds of Run DMC, Rakim and The Juice Crew, Havoc and Prodigy put pen to pad under the name the Poetical Profits, but soon changed their name to reflect their reputation on the streets. Rolling 'deep' with a mob of trouble makers, the duos' style of music reflected the harsh climate that was New York City in the early late 80's/early 90's and Mobb Deep was born.
Gendry has been living under Cersei Lannister's nose for quite some time now.
The director would love to take the films in a different direction.
He'll be performing a new residency at an intimate theatre.