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Mobb Deep - Juvenile Hell LP

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Coming up together during the East Coast's burgeoning hard-core rap scene, the two Queens, NY natives Prodigy and Havoc issued their Mobb Deep debut Juvenile Hell in 1993, while still in their late-teens. Raw and fiery as hell, the duo immediately made a name for themselves with their brutally honest reality rapping and complimentary melancholy beats as heard on album standouts like "Peer Pressure," "Hold Down the Fort," "Stomp Em Out" (featuring Big Noyd) and "Flavor for the Non Believes." Mobb Deep went on to dominate the '90s with all-time hip-hop classic records like The Infamous and the hits "Shook Ones Part II" and "Survival Of The Fittest."

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