With the recently-featured Always Have A Choice, Havoc earned a level of Booth acclaim he hadn’t seen since his first solo feature, I’m The Boss—several reader reviews even hailed the track as a return to form for the Mobb Deep rapper. Appropriately, the hip-hop vet has taken the fourth official leak off his forthcoming mixtape as an opportunity to officially announce: “H Is Back!” Though this braggadocio-heavy track doesn’t have the introspective lyrical depth of the artist’s last feature, longtime fans of the East Coast vet will find a lot to like here. Over Young Seph‘s densely-layered blend of street-ready synths and pizzicato strings, Havoc lets his doubters know that he means business, lacing his verses with vivid lyrical imagery and larger-than-life braggadocio. Clearly as hungry as when he first entered the game, Havoc is set to offer yet more proof of his enduring musical supremacy on From Now On…; keep it locked to the Booth for further release details on the forthcoming street album.
Written by richard on 07/29/09
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