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In 2017, Producer EyeOnEyez connected with Hip Hop legend and icon Prodigy to record “Out Queens.” Sadly, Prodigy passed prematurely soon after. Just like his other work, this final track “Out Queens” utilizes EyeOnEyez signature sound: lush synths, haunting melodies, kamikaze trap drums and melt-your-face-off 808’s.
In addition, EyeOnEyez will be releasing a visual for “Out Queens” shortly in advance of his upcoming full length album featuring Wu Tang Clan, Rick Ross, Gucci Mane, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, as well as a few up and coming artists from his own label.
Drake producer Boi-1da says he is working with Havoc on beats for Mobb Deep’s forthcoming “The Infamous Mobb Deep” set.
Boi-1da is among those who will be producing material alongside Havoc for Mobb Deep’s upcoming The Infamous Mobb Deep album.
“It’s new-age with that old Mobb twist to it,” the Toronto producer says during an interview with vibe.com. “I was a big fan of Mobb Deep and Havoc’s production, so I just reached out and me and him have been producing records together, sending stuff back and forth. I can say that I have some records on the new Mobb Deep album that me and Havoc did together. It’s something I knocked off my bucket list.”
Havoc and Prodigy are slated to release the double album through Infamous Records/Red in March.The double album will include unreleased tracks from the group’s 1995 The Infamous album and a digitally re-mastered version of The Infamous and a new self-titled album.
“We’re gonna have special packaging and we’ve got like 10 unreleased songs from The Infamous album,” Prodigy said on Huffington Post. “Verses nobody’s ever heard before from Raekwon, Nas, Ghostface [Killah], our verses. It’s crazy.”
he two emcees spoke with Marc Lamont Hill about their upcoming project, revealing the album packaging will contain 10 unreleased songs featuring Mobb Deep, Raekwon, Ghostface, and Nas verses from The Infamous recording sessions.
During the interview, Mobb Deep also praised the way Beyoncé released her latest album, called Lil Kim a legend, and touched on their brief falling out. Havoc said the statements he made about P being gay that set off the public beef were not true and were tweeted out of anger.
“I got mad at my partner and he handled it like a chief. We squashed it,” said Havoc. “I went crazy for a moment. I didn’t mean it, cause that’s my brother.”
“Time heals all wounds. Hav is my brother,” adds Prodigy. “We’ve been through worse. Real life and death situations, so Mobb Deep is forever.”
Mobb Deep plan to release their new album around March 2014 and a documentary in the next year as well.