A 20-Year-Old Hears Mobb Deep For The 1st Time & It Brings Him To Tears (Video)

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Kvng Guap is 20 years old. Like many folks of that age, he may not have been regularly exposed to some of the Rap music released before his birth. Guap has a video account that includes first-watch reactions to some of the artists, groups, and songs that he wishes to learn about.

Last year, Guap watched Mobb Deep’s “Shook Ones, Pt. II” for the first time. He documented the experience through the duration of the video. Recognizing the single from 1995’s The Infamous from the 2K video franchise, the social media personality said, “Bruh, these ni**as go the f*ck in, bruh! These ni**as hard.” Moments later, he added, “This sh*t is deep as f*ck and hard as hell, bruh. Like, how the f*ck did this song even get on 2K? That’s what I’m trying to figure out. This sh*t crazy. These some real ni**as.”

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Beyond video games, “Shook Ones, Pt. II” was Prodigy and Havoc’s highest-charting single of the 1990s.

Props to “The Media Assassin” Harry Allen for bringing this to our attention, and others. Kvng Guap has other videos reacting to first-time viewings of music by Eric B. & Rakim, MC Lyte, Ice Cube, and Biggie Smalls.