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.
What more can you expect from a Basquiat-reverent ex-ballet dancer?
>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 […]
Ask Deen about this theories of Relativity Records. I’m too lazy to go back and find exactly what I wrote about my expectations for Prodigy and The Alchemist’s ‘Albert Einstein’, but I’m fairly certain that I said I’d probably be satisfied with the project if The Alchemist refrained from handing Prodigy those psychedelic beats he’s […]
By Deen
Max Bell was conceived to Juvenile Hell. “A person is smart. People are dumb, panicky dangerous animals and you know it. Fifteen hundred years ago everybody knew the Earth was the center of the universe. Five hundred years ago, everybody knew the Earth was flat, and fifteen minutes ago, you knew that humans were alone […]
I ain’t gonna front: Prodigy lost me AGAIN for a minute.  “Again” because a lotta Mobb/Elementary P fans fanuted their way off the bandwagon after Jay-Z apparently eviscerated P on the Summer Jam screen (fickle twats), while the rest of us waited until P first refused, then forgot how to rhyme completely. I never really […]
By Deen