Twenty years before Yeezus and Born Sinner, Queens, New York’s Havoc was an emcee who produced much of his own music in the form of Mobb Deep’s Juvenile Hell. In the years since, Havoc has made Hip Hop hits such as “Shook Ones Pt. II,” “Survival Of The Fittest” and 50 Cent’s “Fully Loaded Clip.”
For the second time in a row, Havoc is releasing a batch of his instrumentals for emcees and producers alike. HipHopDX exclusively learned that Hav’s The Beat Collection, Vol. 2 will hit digital retail next week, on June 25. The eight-song collection will include one song with Havoc on the chorus, intended for emcees to make a track with. Included is a sequel composition to “The Learning (Burn)” from Mobb Deep’s The Infamy album, their only effort with Jive Records.
The tracklist is as follows:
1. Night Ride
2. Creep Mode
3. Not Likely
4. End Like This
5. GOC 3
8. Burn Pt. 2
Last Tuesday (June 11), Havoc’s recently reconciled rhyme-partner Prodigy released a sophomore collaborative album with Mobb Deep affiliate Alchemist. Albert Einstein, its titled, debuted in the Top 200 of this week’s charts.
Earlier this year, Havoc released the first volume of Beats Collection, on his own Kejuan Entertainment. Additionally, the vet released his third solo album, 13, last month on Nature Sounds Records, also a Top 200 debut.
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