Mobb Deep Concert Tickets
Havoc and Prodigy, the rappers that make up the inimitable duo Mobb Deep, have been setting
new standards and trends in the rap and hip hop scene for over twenty years. Their trailblazing style of dark, hardcore delivery
of boldly honest lyrics and a geniune natural talent for manufacturing some of the most hypnotic beats in the East Coast rap
scene have made this pair living legends. Now that Mobb Deep is back on tour, they'll be making stops at the hottest venues
in a city near you, and when you buy your concert tickets from StubHub you'll have the opportunity
to experience one of the most iconic shows of the year!
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Havoc, born as Kejuan Muchita,
and Albert Johnson AKA Prodigy, first met when they were attending the High School of Art and Design in New York City. Though
Prodigy was born and raised in Long Island, the two decided to launch their music careers in Havoc's native Queens, just outside
of Manhattan. Havoc and Prodigy originally performed under the name Poetical Profits, but changed their name to Mobb Deep
to "reflect their reputation on the streets." Their first album was released in 1993, when the pair were only 19, and this
freshman effort, Juvenile Hell, was both a critical and commercial disappointment as the public dismissed them as just another
indiscriminate rap duo from Queens. A few songs off the album sparked the interest of the listening public, and the minor
success they garnered from that recognition spurred them on to record their second album, The Infamous, that would be responsible
for their rise to fame.
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Now that Mobb Deep were well respected in the East Coast
rap game, their 1996 album Hell on Earth debuted at number six on the Billboard Album Chart and opened doors for the pair
to collaborate with the biggest names in the industry. The mid-to-late-90's saw Mobb Deep perform alongside The Notorious
B.I.G., Wu-Tang Clan, Nas, and Jay-Z. Prodigy and Havoc continued to release successful studio albums such as Murda Muzik
(1999), Infamy (2001), Amerikaz Nightmare (2004), and Blood Money (2006), as well as contributing tracks, beats, and rhymes
on mixtapes and EP's. After Blood Money, Havoc and Prodigy took some time apart to release their own solo efforts, but retained
the dedication they had to their shared interests in Mobb Deep.
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In 2012, Mobb Deep
announced they were on an indefinite hiatus., however, in early 2013 Prodigy states in an interview that he was sure the two
would record together again in the future. This prediction didn't take long to come to fruition, as the duo began work on
their eighth studio album in May of 2013. Now Mobb Deep is taking to stages around the country to promote this new, hotly
anticipated new record, Mobb Deep, and Stubhub has tickets available now!
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