Back in April, veteran crew Mobb Deep unleashed The Infamous Mobb Deep, their first full-length in the better part of a decade. Though album standout Dirt wasn’t picked as a pre-release single, Havoc and Prodigy evidently thought it deserved a little love, as they’ve teamed up with a fellow East Coast all-star to give it the remix treatment. On this version of the record, Wu-Tang‘s own Ghostface Killah grabs the mic to deliver a hard-nosed closing 16 over !llmind‘s jagged guitar riffs and boom-bap percussion. The remix isn’t attached to anything larger, but fans can find its prototype on the crew’s eighth studio album, available now wherever fine music is sold.
Written by richard on 06/26/14
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