Is Waterboarding torture? The hip-hop game is about to find out firsthand, judging by Mobb Deep‘s latest effort. A bonus cut off the physical edition of the NYC street mainstays’ latest EP, this deceptively chill jam finds The Alchemist flipping a mellow jazz sample (accented by splashing-water sound effects) as Havoc and Prodigy regale us with descriptions of the “enhanced interrogation” techniques they’re looking forward to utilizing on their rivals. For more, head down to your local record shop (if it still is standing) and pick up a copy of Black Cocaine, available in stores and online as of the 21st.
Written by richard on 11/30/11
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"Queens ft. 50 Cent, Mobb Deep, Kool G Rap & Tony Yayo" (2007)
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