"Mobb Deep is like brothers, and brothers, we go through things," Havoc said in an exclusive interview. "At the end of the day, the music is the most important thing and our love for each other it's only right we're gonna get right back to work," Prodigy chimed in.
"The tweets definitely happened and I take my part in that," Hav told us, with Prodigy seated beside him to his left. "When family goes through things it's like, they shouldn't be handled in the streets. I definitely take responsibility for that."
“Me and Hav got a different type of relationship man. We been through a lot of stuff growing up, just personal stuff,” Prodigy said. “When you dealing with somebody for that long every day, you’re gonna have your little squabbles or whatever, it’s nothing.”
Kill me, or I get stronger.
3rd Sermon is out now.
Featuring Isaiah Rashad, Vince Staples, OG Maco, Casey Veggies and more.
He was also joined by none other than Yasiin Bey during the sit-down.
Tupac never lies.
For a weed song, this sounds heavenly.