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Bonus Footage: Mobb Deep Stories

In the history of Hip-Hop, there are only a handful of albums that have completely shifted the culture. Mobb Deep’s The Infamous dropped and immediately became one of those albums. In honor of the 20-year anniversary of their Loud Records debut, The Urban Daily presents, Mobb Deep: Still Infamous – a 3 part docu-short we produced to pay homage to one of the most important albums in Hip-Hop history.

In conclusion of our three-part docu-series, our panelists discuss the group’s overall legacy. their involvement in the East Coast vs. West Coast feud, and artists — both past and present — that they wish were featured on this classic album.

In addition to Hot 97 radio personality Peter Rosenberg joins Revolt TV’s Jayson Rodriguez, MTV’s Rob Markman, Vibe Magazine’s Datwon Thomas, hip-hop journalists Kim Osorio and Shaheem Reid, and Hot 97’s DJ Funk Flex.

Legendary DJ Cipha Sounds also adds to our illustrious panel as the group shared some memorable Mobb Deep stories, in our bonus footage from Mobb Deep: Still Infamous.



[Watch] Hip-Hop Heads Discuss Mobb Deep’s Rating In The Source, Collaborations & More in Part Two of ‘Mobb Deep: Still Infamous’

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[Watch] Hip-Hop Personalites Discuss Mobb Deep’s Legacy, East vs. West Beef & Who They Wish Was On ‘The Infamous’  was originally published on