Mobb Deep – Whole Lotta Thug (Unreleased)

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Throwaway from Amerikaz Nightmare which is absolutely ridiculous.

Mobb Deep – Whole Lotta Thug (prod. The Alchemist) | Mediafire

Previously: Alchemist feat. Havoc – More Keys (Remix)


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33 Responses to “Mobb Deep – Whole Lotta Thug (Unreleased)”

  1. plug Says:

    FREE P!

  2. Remixznflow Says:

    ayo

  3. hl Says:

    Can we trade Max B’s freedom for Prodigy’s?

  4. hl Says:

    *hopes this is from Murda Musik era*

  5. NovemberEnd Says:

    Throwaway from Amerikaz Nightmare which is absolutely ridiculous.
    ^^^^^^
    ALC >

  6. Black Says:

    fair assessment, except Pun was the first Latin Rapper that really was getting love from all over. joe’s been in it for a minute and has contributed since DITC, but I felt like Pun did for Latinos what Em did for whites in terms of mainstream rap acceptance

    ^^^

    My only argument for this has always been that both Em and Pun were so undeniably talented that to say either is “wack” is truly hating. You might not feel their content but they both can rhyme. Em blew the doors off for no one (nh), when an average/below average caucasian achieves success then I’ll believe he did. It’s like saying tiger woods opened up the PGA for niggas.

  7. hl Says:

    Throwaway from Amerikaz Nightmare which is absolutely ridiculous.

    ^This is crazy. How could this not make the album?!?

  8. NovemberEnd Says:

    its a shame that Prodigy fell off by the time ALC showed up on the scene.

  9. landlord Says:

    “It’s not a game I’m from Philly
    Go by the name P Crizzy Mac Milly
    Used to be with Young Crizzy in the back rolling on twigs
    People wanna know who run with me, nobody but the bang, bang….”

  10. hl Says:

    My only argument for this has always been that both Em and Pun were so undeniably talented that to say either is “wack” is truly hating.

    Em is wack.

  11. Harlem World Says:

    M.O.B.B.>>>

  12. Remixznflow Says:

    Em is wack.

    ^
    amen….

  13. Harlem World Says:

    a.l.c >>

  14. landlord Says:

    “Peedi, Peedi, I heard that they watch your mother
    Got a hit on your brother, like motherfucker don’t – brrrriinng
    Crack, smack a tooth out your choppers
    Any wrong move, I blast the tool up on you fuckers
    Wait, that’s just enough for you to follow
    Heavyweight rap, I spit for much for you to swallow
    Blap, Blap, number one with a bullet
    Play with them guns to the fullest
    Your stupid ass get, clapped, bap
    About my past and my future, you disrespect it, I’ll shoot you
    Treat it just like that…”

  15. hl Says:

    its a shame that Prodigy fell off by the time ALC showed up on the scene.

    ALC was on Murda Musik. That was arguably Prodigy at his best.

  16. landlord Says:

    em is wack though, whaddup?

  17. CZ Says:

    Birth name Gerardo Mejía
    Born April 16, 1965 (1965-04-16) (age 44)
    Guayaquil, Ecuador
    Origin Glendale, California
    Genres Pop, rap
    Occupations Singer, Rapper, Music executive
    Years active 1990-present
    Labels Interscope Records (1990-present)

  18. Harlem World Says:

    its a shame that Prodigy fell off by the time ALC showed up on the scene.

    ^^
    Return Of The Mac was dope.

  19. CZ Says:

    Murda Muzik>>>>Infamy??

  20. NovemberEnd Says:

    ALC was on Murda Musik. That was arguably Prodigy at his best.
    ^^^^^^
    nah you buggin

    Hell On Earth was Prodigy at his peak…

    Apostle Warning >

    Still Shinin >

    GOD Pt 3 >

  21. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    Fat Joe irks me
    ^
    This is how 97% of the black demographic feels. They always looked at him like a Hispanic cornball (actually a lot of Hispanics are looked at as cornballs by blacks in general) and they always thought he was way to pretentious for no reason. They just couldn’t stand another fat PR thinking they were the shit in a predominantly black rap game.

  22. Black Says:

    Em is wack.

    ^
    amen….

    em is wack though, whaddup?

    ^^^

    LOL!! I knew niggas was gon jump at that (nh). Look, I aint the biggest fan but to say he wouldnt demolish alotta niggas favorite rappers is a lie. I aint never bought the whiteboy’s albums but c’mon.

  23. Johnny Cadelco Says:

    Shit this is fire. They F’d up on this one. Not sure why they ain’t put it on the album.

  24. mie Says:

    # hl Says:
    April 6th, 2010 at 3:04 pm

    Throwaway from Amerikaz Nightmare which is absolutely ridiculous.

    ^This is crazy. How could this not make the album?!?

    i dont know who decided not to put this on the album. someone needs to have their head checked.

  25. SilkCityP Says:

    Hell On Earth was Prodigy at his peak…

    ^^^

    Major Co-Sign!!!

  26. SilkCityP Says:

    This is crazy. How could this not make the album?!?

    ^^^

    Clearing the sample, unfortunately

  27. shawamar Says:

    I miss me some Mobb Deep..

  28. koa29 Says:

    The best rapper is white. deal with it , dont give me that he aint top 20 shit , cuz your top 20 is shit

  29. Jerry Heller's Accountant Says:

    The best rapper is white. deal with it , dont give me that he aint top 20 shit , cuz your top 20 is shit”

    yea…the Marshall Mathers is untouchable with wordplay…sorry to every black rapper before him….but its true…race is so 1960’s though…we off that.

  30. steven biko Says:

    race is so 1960’s though…we off that.

    ^^^^^^

    Spoken like a devil

  31. miltee Says:

    nah, The Infamous P > Hell On Earth P

  32. Suvio-Blue Says:

    plz stop w the Em is the nicest shit, yea he got wordplay…alot of niggas do, his style is lame and boring imo, it dont even mess w the culture…so what he could put alot of words together that rhyme…Andre 3000, just to throw a name out…u gotta be crazy if u think Em could fuck w him!…better yet find me a Em verse better that Ghostface’s verse on Tony Montana…

  33. Xenophon Says:

    Can’t remember what came first, but Havoc’s verse is the same from the track off ALC’s first album First Infantry, D-Block to QB….I only remember it because I always thought how Havoc came in was ill, went perfect with the beat…”Like white on rice….”

    Maybe they couldn’t clear the sample so Al used the verse on his album….Our boy Alllllllllllllll….everybody’s palllllllllllllllllllllllllll……

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