Rest in Peace, Prodigy June 20, 2017
In memory of one of the best to ever do it.
Alchemist and Havoc get together for The Silent Partner and the results are as good as you'd expect.
Featuring Havoc, Alchemist, & Method Man, Mozzy, Loudiene & The Outfit, Tx.,Young God, Chief Keef & More.
Resident New York Scholar Pete Tosiello remembers Cormega's debut, The Realness.
Pete Tosiello sits down with the New York duo to discuss nostalgia, touring life, and inspiration for songwriting.
Mobb Deep, Busta Rhymes, Jay-Z, Elucid, M.E.D., Danny Brown, Tribe, and more!
>Harold Stallworth comes equipped for warfare. When Product of the 80s was released, its marquee contributor, Prodigy, was locked inside New York’s Mid-State Correctional Facility serving a three-year stretch for criminal gun possession. This was 2008, just six months after the release of the second installment of his H.N.I.C. franchise, which was prematurely billed as […]
Harold Stallworth love to hear the stories, again and again. Circa 1986, Queensbridge park jam legend DJ Hot Day was tapped to remix New Edition’s “Once In a Lifetime Groove.” The original record was featured on the soundtrack for Running Scared, a ditzy buddy cop flick starring Gregory Hines and Billy Crystal. Dubbed the “Master […]
Harold Stallworth has flats in other continents. Mobb Deep’s brief tenure with hip-hop’s evil empire G-Unit Records had few salvageable moments. But such moments certainly did occur. I’d like to think of “Shark” as the belated fruit of 50 Cent’s puppeteering, a remnant from that steep trough in the duo’s corrugated career arc. The Alchemist-produced […]