Mobb Deep "The Infamous Mobb Deep" Release Date, Cover Art, Tracklist & Album Stream Link

UPDATE #3: Havoc and Prodigy premiere "The Infamous Mobb Deep" via Pandora.

Mobb Deep has announced The Infamous Mobb Deep album and tour.

Havoc and Prodigy are slated to release The Infamous Mobb Deep, a project set to be a double album, through Infamous Records/Red in March, according to Prodigy. The collection is scheduled to include unreleased selections from the group's 1995 sessions while crafting its The Infamous album, as per a press release. The project is slated to include a digitally re-mastered version of The Infamous and a new self-titled album. 

"We're gonna have special packaging and we've got like ten unreleased songs from The Infamous album," Prodigy said on Huffington Post. "Verses nobody's ever heard before from Raekwon, Nas, Ghostface [Killah], our verses. It's crazy." 

Havoc and Prodigy are also set to go on a tour through the country starting May 2. Following this, Mobb Deep is slated to embark on a European tour. The European Tour announcement marks the group's first run in Europe in nearly nine years, according to a press release. 

Fans can purchase tickets by registering at

Tour art, which includes "The Infamous Mobb Deep Tour" dates, designed by Marvel/DC Comics artist and writer Damion Scott, can be found below.

(December 19)

UPDATE: Havoc and Prodigy released the cover art for their The Infamous Mobb Deep collection, a project set to be a double album. The effort is slated to be released April 1 through Infamous Records/Red. 

(February 18, 2014)

UPDATE #2: Mobb Deep has announced the tracklisting for The Infamous...Mobb Deep. The project features production from Havoc, Boi-1da and Alchemist, among others. The tracklisting is as follows, according to HotNewHipHop.

The Infamous Mobb Deep
1. Taking You Off Here (Produced By Havoc)
2. Say Something (Produced By Illmind)
3. Get Down (feat. Snoop Dogg) (Produced By Havoc)
4. Dirt (Produced By Illmind)
5. Timeless (Produced By Beat Butcha)
6. All A Dream (feat. The LOX) (Produced By Ommas Keith)
7. Low (feat. Mack Wilds) (Produced By Seven Thomas, Havoc & Boi-1da)
8. Murdera (Produced By Illmind)
9. Check the Credits (Produced By Illmind)
10. Gimme All That (Produced By Havoc)
11. Legendary (feat. Bun B & Juicy J) (Produced By Havoc, Boi-1da & The Maven Boys)
12. Lifetime (Produced By Alchemist)
13. My Block (Produced By Kaytranada)
14. Henny (feat. Mack Wilds, Busta Rhymes and French Montana) (Produced By Havoc)
15. Conquer (Produced By Havoc)
16. Waterboarding (Produced By Havoc)
17. Get It Forever (feat. Nas) (Produced By Alchemist)

The 1994 Infamous Sessions
1. Eye For An Eye (feat. Ghostface Killah, Raekwon & Nas) (Produced By Mobb Deep)
2. Skit (Produced By Mobb Deep)
3. Get It In Blood (Produced By Mobb Deep)
4. Gimme The Goods (Produced By Mobb Deep)
5. If It’s Alright (feat. Big Noyd) (Produced By Mobb Deep)
6. Skit Mobb Deep 1995 (Produced By Mobb Deep)
7. Survival of the Fittest (Produced By Mobb Deep)
8. Temperature’s Rising (Produced By Mobb Deep)
9. The Bridge (Produced By Mobb Deep)
10. Skit (Produced By Mobb Deep)
11. The Money (Produced By Mobb Deep
12. The Money Version 2 (Produced By Mobb Deep)
13. We About to Get Hectic (Produced By Mobb Deep)
14. The Infamous (Produced By Mobb Deep)

(March 6, 2014)

UPDATE #3: Mobb Deep has announced the Pandora Premiere of its upcoming album, The Infamous Mobb Deep in a Twitter post. The stream link is below.

RELATED: Mobb Deep Announces Additional "20th Anniversary Tour" Dates


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  • kakid1

    He'll yea deff wrth my $ gonna cop it tues

  • Anonymous

    Got the album. This shit dope.

  • Wu Tang

    This is surprisingly dope love the unreleased Infamous tracks golden era hip hop

  • 1000W

    This looks really promising....Albert Einstein was surprisingly really dope...especially considering how I wasn't feeling HNIC 3....I love how they're putting out old sessions true heads gonna go crazy for that....whatsup with that album cover tho lol

  • Anonymous

    This shit is FIRE! Woooo! About time Hip Hop gets back to the tuff shit!

  • LaZe

    Whats A Mobb Album without at least one dope NOYD verse tho.

  • Jon

    Fuck pandora can't listen from Europe!

  • Johnny

    Already preordered this. It's nothing that's going to advance hip hop, just Havoc and Prodigy trying to make a solid album of raps with no BS. They both sound good on the tracks I've heard so far.

    • Anonymous

      Even when you crabs like something you still have to say some negative shit! Nobody gives a fuck about trying to move Hip Hop forward. The result of that is all the corny shit you hear now! When shit is real, if ain't broke don't fix it!

  • DG

    What the hell is up with that "All A Dream" song with the LOX? How is Mobb Deep gonna do a track with the LOX and put out some weak shit like that???

    • crab

      thats your opinion dont get emotional when someone else voices theirs n they dont agree with you...obviously some people like it some people were disappointed n stop using the word crab on every post you respond to youre lookin like a true troll on these hhdx commenting streets my bloody tampon

    • Anonymous

      Track is fire. Fucking peanut brains always expecting shit instead of just enjoying shit for what it is. The song is fire! Fuck what this crab has to say!

    • The lox are the streets

      damn is the lox one soft/weak? I cant listen cause im outside the u.s. That was the main track I was lookin for after the infamous lost verses

    • DG

      I should say tho that the album is good. Just would have expected a different sound for a Mobb Deep/LOX song


    The unreleased cd from the 90's is a blast from a past !!! Check out that first skit theres a nas freestyle on there and new raekwon & ghost verses on eye for an eye as well as the mobb. buy the album !!

  • Anonymous

    Cormega is by far the realest nigga to ever come out of the bridge, I've known for years this nigga got shit on LOCK in all parts of Queens, as far as these Mobb Deep niggaz I ain't never seen them on the hood like that or heard of them really being bout that life but I ain't gon say fuck these niggaz cause I know they break bread with the homies

  • the mobb qb

    finally a hiphopDX story that actually interests me and informs me of something i actually am looking foward to... infamous for life

  • Anonymous

    fuck Pandora, wont work in my Canada so I can't stream it.

  • Anonymous

    wtf is goin on here? Confusing as fuck, what's new and what isn't ffs

    • Anonymous

      havs brother was catching bodies like a mf

    • yeh

      yeah he right, i came up in kop killa queens and the mobb did the dirt before the fame, they was real, I used to run game just a block away from where prodigy did, exchanged words a couple of times never got to know him properly though... saw havoc from time 2 time as well. then their album dropped and held it down for queensbridge, as they have been ever since.

    • Anonymous

      Fool are u from NY in that era? The hood? If u was u would know the mobb was grimy coming up, ain't no fake shit here boy



  • A Trillionaire

    Anyone else think this whole Mobb Deep beef/reunion is just them trying to squeeze a few more dollars out of their brand? Or are they actually trying to bring real Queens Bridge, New York rap back in an era where that style isn't as prominent as it once was?

    • fuck up

      shut up lame ass niqqas, the game changed now you bitch ass fools, where you from aint matter no more and thats a good thing, it's childish letting a certain areas inside the same damn country divide people from making music, damn. Grow up this aint the 90's anymore and although i miss the music from the 90's im glad that whole stigma about "where you from" has worn off a bit, it was just stupid, as long as its good hip hop then who cares what state you are from?

    • trill281

      It is, they even have bun and juicy on it, I remember them saying they wouldnt fuck with rappers from the south!!!!

  • Asrian Street

    Already have "get it forever" from the black cocaine EP so there is really 1 new Alchemist track on this. Illmind will be interesting on the mobb deep tho cuz he's nice and a little different, but hopefully Havoc comes hard on the beats like the old mobb shit. Havoc's newer beats aren't as grimey as before but he's still good. He just needs to return to the grime....

  • Big 18th Street Gang, E'z up!

    That unreleased "Infamous" sessions disc is the reason I'm buying that new album. I know there are quite a few fans out there including myself that want a better quality version of that "The Bridge" track and it looks like we finally gonna get it! Also, that unreleased version of "Eye for an Eye" with Ghostface is incredible!! A couple of the new tracks were already released on the "Black Cocaine" EP. For those that don't know, there will be 2 versions of the new album. The first version will be a double disc including the new tracks and the infamous sessions tracks. The other will be a super deluxe version including new tracks, infamous sessions, the classic "Infamous" album remastered and a Mobb Deep documentary.

  • Anonymous

    This is gonna be dope!

  • detroit slim

    damn I wanted all the beats to be havoc's shit. All alchemist does is sample some old shit n throw drums over it, like the rest of these weak ass 'producers' Learn to compose sum shit niggas n niggettes

  • minnesota slick

    i'll steal it off hiphopstan prolly.end up listenin to 20 seconds of 3 tracks then deleting it. feelmygatblow

  • adrian street

    My yout! don't sleep on mobb deep!

  • -

    The CD has been reissued enough already. Reissue the vinyl who gives an F about another reissue of this album on CD.

  • Anonymous

    Im confused, is this new shit or old shit?????

    • Anonymous

      thanks for clearing that up, i didnt know either

    • sufur222

      It is quite confusing, but from what I can gather it will be a bit of both: one disc is going to be a digital remaster of the original "The Infamous" album along with unreleased songs from the sessions, and the other disc is going to be a brand new album (which was originally announced back in 2011).

  • Anonymous

    This will definitely go triple wood.

    • Anonymous

      Nobody gives a fuck about you bum ass haters who never bought an album. REAL Hip Hop fans have waiting on music like this so we can buy and support it. Keep stealing officer Ricky's music. 3 weeks and still hasn't broke 200k... LMAO. That's that crab support. LoL

  • lol

    hopefully its hot.illget it off the fact it has the infamous cd alone. new one is a bonus

  • Anonymous

    #Salute to hollywood donnis mac

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  • theIVth

    You must be a fuckin retard, extending your arm in my better squeeze hard. My rank is that of utmost respect...yall niggas only know what yall heard on cassette. Manifest words in the flesh...niggas always see the light after they bleed a few pints..

  • Detroit slim

    Bout time. Im so sick of this rap game mane...

  • Anonymous

    Fiddy still cant get an album out.

  • MR. White

    Lovin' the album artwork, can't beat M-O-B-B for originality...

  • Holiday styles

    even tho prodigy aint been good since hnic 2 ima get this a new album and the classic infamous album plus ten unreleased tracks from the recording of it well worth the price of a couple big mac meals real hip hop heads gotta support

  • son of a sax

    Is anybody even checking for Mobb Deep these days?!?! Beyond the inner circle beef, I thought the wheels fell off a LONG time ago.

    • Anonymus

      People that ain't fairweather fans check for Mobb Deep.

    • hollywood

      Been where from the beginning??? Not in Hip Hop, You been in South Dakota since the beginning PUNK... if so why would you disrespect Mobb legacy... What have you done for Hip Hop beside comment.. I won't keep it moving I challenge your Hip Hop knowledge to see if you even qualified to talk about a culture so many people died for that birthed irrelevant commenters like yourself.

    • Major

      You, obviously. Isn't that why you clicked on the link?

    • son of a sax

      I don't need d@ck riding son. I was there from the beginning. I know who i'am. K-I-M

    • hollywood

      Naah we just checking for internet comments like yours cuz thats the driving force of Hip Hop.... INTERNET COMMENTING YEAHHHH!!!!! Reply back all you want not like you gonna post up how we can catch a fade... So KEEP COMMENTING

  • junMaf*ckn

    Unreleased Music From '95 Including Verses From Nas, Rae and Ghost? Sheeiiiit, P Ain't Have To Say Much More Than That! Q.U. Its Still Hectic

  • Anonymous

    I like the album cover, brings back that ol' feeling.

  • Anonymous

    Not sure when or if these projects will ever come out, but more power to Mobb Deep. They've never been the most original, but have had a pretty good career.

  • Anonymous

    Damion designed Mobb Deep very weirdly though. Hav looks like Biggie and P looks like an Easter Island head.

  • old lame niggas

    These old ass niggas still rapping? Retire. Now we listen to drake and rick ross

    • hollywood

      LOL Rick ROss is 40 and grew up on Mobb Deep... Low Life Expectancy A** Hip Hop fans.. How u gonna die before you 25 and all you left on earth was comments on the internet... Or better yet how you gonna grow old and watch all the people you love die and you left nothing but Internet comments on earth as a link to your "hating ass" legacy... hahahaha You getting old everyday jack.. If you got a problem with getting old, put it in your mouth and squeeze right after you read this or try your best not to wake up tomorrow... Oh I thought so...thats right Hip Hop fan from Omaha Nebraska, KEEP COMMENTING..

  • Anonymous

    A new album by an alkaholik and a faggot

  • Anonymous

    Release the unreleased stuff and keep your new album. You faggots you always claiming to be gangstas but nobody in Queens can confirm those stories

  • Poetic

    Is anybody else thinking $100 is WAY too much for these tickets? Unless it includes the double album and some tour gear, that's wayyy too expensive....

    • For real

      It says it includes the double album but thats still way 2 expensive especially considering the fact there performing at tiny ass hole in the wall dive bars with no vip anyway youll be able to walk right up and "meet and greet" them just by being there

    • Anonymous

      people paid $100 for a free nipsey hussle hey ya never know

  • Harlem's Reckoning

    Definitely looking forward to this. The old joints and the new. Albert Einstein was dope and Havoc's "13" album was hot too. 2014 looks like a big year on the Hip Hop front

  • Big 18th Street Gang, E'z up to the homiez worldwide!

    I don't know about you guys, but I'm only looking forward to hearing that unreleased Infamous era material. I'm definitely not looking forward to the new stuff. Havoc just can't seem to make beats like he used to and Prodigy just sounds bored and tired. P's flow and lyrics been slipping since the "Murda Muzik" album. These dudes really just need to retire from making music. With that being said, any new music these dudes make is better than anything dropping nowadays tho.

  • Anonymous

    I wonder if this is going to be mostly tracks from the J-Love tapes? It would be awesome to have those tracks without J-Love annoying ass, but I also want this to be all new/unreleased stuff. M-O-B-B

    • hollywood

      Weknow who J -Love is... He walk around like he tough too always got a look on his face like he know somebody that gonna do something.. People let him live cuz he be with Ghostface.

    • A.D.B.

      Your just tryin to sound cool because you listened to J-Love tapes! If your a hip hop should know who J-Love is. Also if P said this is unreleased music from that era..that means no one has herd it! including J-Love listeners! Dumb ass nigga!

  • Anonymous

    ILL!!! Not too many cats still doing the double album thing. Will check this out, in the meantime, I just got a craving for "The Infamous" album.

  • Anonymous

    didnt havoc say prodigy a homo?

    • Anonymous

      yeah and he said he was wrong for that shit. they was just fighting like brothers do and hav was probably drinking hard...

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