Mobb Deep – The Infamous Mobb Deep (Tracklist)

blame it on Meka March 6, 2014

With the 20th 19th anniversary of their seminal second album on the horizon, Havoc and Prodigy will release their eighth album on April 1st. A double-disc project, the first half will consist of entirely new songs featuring a who’s who of today’s top acts, while the second half will contain 14 previously vaulted joints during their 1994-1995 sessions. Check out everything below.

1. Taking You Off Here (Produced By Havoc)
2. Say Something (Produced By Illmind)
3. Get Down (feat. Snoop Dogg) (Produced By Havoc)
4. Dirt (Produced By Illmind)
5. Timeless (Produced By Beat Butcha)
6. All A Dream (feat. The LOX) (Produced By Ommas Keith)
7. Low (feat. Mack Wilds) (Produced By Seven Thomas, Havoc & Boi-1da)
8. Murdera (Produced By Illmind)
9. Check the Credits (Produced By Illmind)
10. Gimme All That (Produced By Havoc)
11. Legendary (feat. Bun B & Juicy J) (Produced By Havoc, Boi-1da & The Maven Boys)
12. Lifetime (Produced By Alchemist)
13. My Block (Produced By Kaytranada)
14. Henny (feat. Mack Wilds, Busta Rhymes and French Montana) (Produced By Havoc)
15. Conquer (Produced By Havoc)
16. Waterboarding (Produced By Havoc)
17. Get It Forever (feat. Nas) (Produced By Havoc)

The 1994 Infamous Sessions
1. Eye For An Eye (feat. Ghostface Killah, Raekwon & Nas) (Produced By Mobb Deep)
2. Skit (Produced By Mobb Deep)
3. Get It In Blood (Produced By Mobb Deep)
4. Gimme The Goods (Produced By Mobb Deep)
5. If It’s Alright (feat. Big Noyd) (Produced By Mobb Deep)
6. Skit Mobb Deep 1995 (Produced By Mobb Deep)
7. Survival of the Fittest (Produced By Mobb Deep)
8. Temperature’s Rising (Produced By Mobb Deep)
9. The Bridge (Produced By Mobb Deep)
10. Skit (Produced By Mobb Deep)
11. The Money (Produced By Mobb Deep
12. The Money Version 2 (Produced By Mobb Deep)
13. We About to Get Hectic (Produced By Mobb Deep)
14. The Infamous (Produced By Mobb Deep)

  • PatrickBateman

    Plan to attend their show in Philly. Autograph would be dope for the collection.

    • roflcopter

      Dont count on it. I’ve seen them live 4 times and they’re absolute dicks. They’ve come atleast 2 hours late to the show, only performed for about 30-45 mins, and left immediately after.

      • bkstyl

        I saw them twice…Once with Biggie in 1995 and again at the family values tour. Both times they were in the crowd before/after they performed.

  • I heard all them some called “vaulted” joints smdh… Still gonna grab to have em all in CDQ

    • disqus_pyrGXaSTDx

      us blog nerds will of, not everyone

      • Dumb B*tch Smakka

        “will of”?
        U fuckin’ idiot ass dumb nuts, it’s “would’ve” as in “would have”
        Learn to write… lol

  • rolldatbud420

    get it forever with nas is old, but album still gonna be ill

  • jordan

    out of all the rappers….french montana? really?

  • Ant-‘Lo

    I was hoping Havoc produced the Lox joint… On some real dark shit. On some “Killaz Theme” shit. And was also hoping the original version of “Crime Connection” with the Godfather sample would be on there too.

  • Kev

    I’m hyped as fuck. The original Infamous is my favorite NY album from that era. Infamous & Hell on Earth are the epitome of the gritty hardcore NY Hip Hop from the 90’s. Havoc took influence from the grimey RZA beats & took it to another level.

  • who cares

    Not excited about the Snoop (dude lost me a few years back), French, or Juicy J features, but everything else looks pretty solid.