Havoc & Sheek Louch Never Stopped Representing That Sound & Their City (Audio)

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Mobb Deep’s discography spans back before Juvenile Hell, to the duo’s days as Poetic Prophets, stopping through the Stretch & Bobbito Show. After nearly 25 years, look no further than this year’s The Infamous Mobb Deep to see that even with some bumps in the road, the Mobb vehicle is still towing strong.

Not as known, but The LOX go back almost as far. On Main Source’s sophomore LP, F*ck What You Think, Heads heard Sheek Louch as Jadakiss (as The Dog Pack) on “Set It Off.” Notably rapping alongside Kool G Rap’s would-be wife (now known as Ma Barker), the pair showed that they had potential, even as youngsters. If you haven’t heard, the new (free) EP is a mighty burden of proof that the trio is still chisel in the booth.

Twenty years later, Hav’ and Sheek line up for “What I Rep.” New York City imagery colors the way as the two explain why it’s no problem for them to simply stay true. The QB producer put a cool montage video of the bridges and highways together to feature his flavor:

This is from Havoc’s 13 (Reloaded), releasing November 18.

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