M.O.P. Lists Their Top 5 Hip-Hop Duos
You cannot front on Mobb. We came into the game together and I watched them grow. I watched them go through a lot. They always put themselves in a winning position. I don’t know whether they were setting up to get like that or whether it was just faith. You know when “Shook Ones” came on dudes just lost it. Even though these dudes kept it grimy and real Queensbridge ish, and real street dudes was going platinum and selling a lot of records. I’m not sure about the touring or the shows, but as far as the records go Hav was killing ‘em on the beats and Prodigy was an animal on the lyrics. Hell of a group.