P explains how the “New York, New York” and “L.A., L.A.” videos helped spark the Mobb Deep beef with Tupac. Then he talks about how “Hit ‘Em Up” was one of the first ‘Pac songs he actually liked because at the time neither he nor anybody in his crew really fucked with ‘Pac’s music. Which is more in line with how I remember the 90’s in New York, as opposed to the myth some New Yorkers will try to sell you about how they always fucked with ‘Pac. With the exception of a couple of singles, I don’t recall ‘Pac getting any real signifigant love in the Apple prior to the Makavelli album.
Previously: Why Prodigy Doesn’t Rock Jordans