Last month, New York titans Mobb Deep exclusively revealed the cover art for their upcoming Black Cocaine EP on our RapFix blog. Now, Havoc and Prodigy are set to swing by MTV's "RapFix Live" on Wednesday at 3 p.m. ET to talk about the November release, which they'll follow-up with their self-titled ninth studio album.
The duo will chop it up with Sway about their latest projects, as well as their catalog of classic albums, including 1995's The Infamous and 1996's Hell on Earth. Those records ushered the two Queensbridge, New York, MCs to the forefront of the East Coast's gritty street rap movement. And judging from the crowd's reaction at this summer's Rock the Bells Festival, hits like "Shook Ones II" haven't lost much steam.
But the Infamous Mobb Deep have been busy both in and out of the studio. Last month, [article id="1670192"]Hav and Prodigy inked a new deal with Sony's RED[/article] Distribution to release new projects via their Infamous Records imprint. And Prodigy is now a published author. After the release of 2006's Blood Money, Prodigy served a stint behind bars, emerging this year with the controversial My Infamous Life: The Autobiography of Mobb Deep's Prodigy, a book that brought back a flood of memories from the heyday of mid-90s rap.
M-O-B-B will share the "RFL" couch with Tennessee rapper Gangsta Boo, perhaps best known for her lyrics on Three Six Mafia's 2000 album, When the Smoke Clears: Sixty 6, Sixty 1, as well as her own solo projects. In addition to a new feature alongside Eminem on "Throw It Up," the explosive single from Yelawolf's Radioactive album, Gangsta Boo is gearing up to release an EP with Drumma Boy in February. Mobb Deep and Gangsta Boo have earned reputations as outspoken MCs in the game, so tune into "RapFix Live" this week to see what they'll reveal.
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Catch Mobb Deep and Gangsta Boo on "RapFix Live" on Wednesday, October 26, at 4 p.m. ET on MTV.com!