Front Lines (Hell On Earth) – Mobb Deep

I ain’t ya average cat, Fuck Rap!  I’m trying to make cream and thats that.

The Infamous Mobb Deep released the follow up to their classic Infamous album Hell On Earth back in 96.  The Queensbridge duo of Havoc & Prodigy were at the top of their game as well as the top of N.Y.C.  Hell on Earth yielded many singles such as Drop a Gem on Em, Still Shining, G.O.D. Part 3 and the album titled Front Lines (Hell on Earth) it also featured many of raps elite at the time Method Man, Nas, Big Noyd, Infamous Mobb and Raekwon.  Front Lines (Hell on Earth)video, enjoy.Download/Stream–> http://www.zshare.net/audio/611516886338d7c0/

Mobb Deep – Survival Of The Fittest

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There was a time where swag didn’t exist, there was a time where to be gritty was to be everything. I can think back, rocking that nappy fro ,army fatigue and wheat tims on my feet. Mobb Deep was the truth during this era, Prodigy rocking the bullet proof, classic. The whole video was shot in the hood, no bitches, no fancy cars just the realness. Even the way the song starts, the beat sound like some creep music. That black mask early 90’s run up in ya moms crib with duck tape type music! This song mos def only establish queens more so, Prodigy‘s rough intense flow mixed with Havoc‘s spitfire style worked flawless to orchestrate there hood saga. What made me think of all this was a conversation I had with Rev and Lex, we all admitted to how sick 1995 was and for that reason I had to post this.
Cuban link chains, champion hoodies, tims and Nas with the cameo……. Classic don’t sleep
Damn I miss 95