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Prodigy Calls Nas A "Milkshake"..Again,Says Mobb Deep Can Work With Whoever They Want


 Prodigy Calls Nas A "Milkshake"..Again,Says Mobb Deep Can Work With Whoever They Want
Arrow topic by Shadychicano - 12-19-2005, 10:14 AM - Boxden > The Hip-Hop Spot


Mobb Deep takes the mantra "All for one, and one for all" to heart. As recent additions to 50 Cent's G-Unit squad, Prodigy and Havoc have already taken shots at The Game and Nas. SOHH.com recently sat down with one-half of the duo to discuss why.

"I got beef with everybody that don't like me," says the Queens native. "I don't give a #### about none of those ni##as out there. Anybody that got beef with 50 Cent got beef with me. That's the King... Mobb Deep-G-Unit!"

As for the beef with Nas, Prodigy said that's over.

"There is no real beef with Nas," he said. "We call him Milkshake. Milkshake's not even no competition no more. We respect him though, because he's from around our way."

50 recently said he had a moratorium on Dr. Dre working with The Game, so what does that mean for Havoc who has produced for both Jadakiss and Game?

"Hav can shop beats to whoever he wants to," explained Prodigy. "We could still do ads for [clothing company] Southpole, it just doesn't make sense. It's about what is going to make the most money. Hav works hard for those beats. Should he give a beat to someone that isn't going to do nothing with it or someone like Eminem or Dr. Dre for The Detox? ni##as come around with the right check they can get a Hav beat. Matter [of] fact, the right check might get you a verse from P."

Beefs aside, Prodigy is excited about the duo's new album, Blood Money, which is slated for early next year.

"There are no guest artists, just Mobb Deep and G-Unit," said the rapper. "It's gonna be crazy, we're changing rap music. We're making some more history. Hav did 90% of the production on the album. We're making history though, in terms of money being spent, the lyrics, the way it will be promoted, the products we're putting out-everything."

While some Mobb fans have questioned the wisdom in moving away from their independent stronghold toward the controversial G-Unit family, Prodigy begs to differ.

"We eating off this Mob Deep ####," he said. "We just getting the audience that we want now. We not going nowhere no time soon. Fans we had from The Infamous and all our pre G-Unit albums, we love them, but it's a fact our fan base now is bigger and there are a whole lot more new fans, millions of them.

"We are just getting started," added Prodigy. "There are nine million more people out there, we want those Eminem sales. We know about the demographics: 80% of hip hop audience is white, 6% is black. Mobb Deep been had the hood, we got the hood. It's the white consumer that we haven't had. We had them a little bit, but we want that audience Eminem got, 50 got, Dr. Dre got. That's why we say we just getting started. There is a whole new generation that Mobb Deep can reach."

The duo is so focused on their new set, Prodigy says he didn't even follow the murd3r Inc. money laundering case.

"If it ain't got to do with my team, I don't give a #### to tell you the truth," he said. "For anybody to beat a case I feel happy for them because I don't like the system, the government, none of that. It's good to see another black man win a case."

Mobb Deep's Blood Money will be in stores on March 21.


http://www.sohh.com/articles/article.php/8038

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15 comments for "Prodigy Calls Nas A "Milkshake"..Again,Says Mobb Deep Can Work With Whoever They Want"


 12-19-2005, 10:16 AMaway - #2
meepos 21 heat pts21

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Anybody that got beef with 50 Cent got beef with me. That's the King... Mobb Deep-G-Unit!"
 12-19-2005, 10:18 AMaway - #3
jim 

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 12-19-2005, 10:59 AMaway - #4
Santoro 9 heat pts

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Prodigy has lost his godamn mind. I hope they at least get a Dre or Eminem beat on that album...
 12-19-2005, 11:06 AMaway - #5
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^ You're right, he's seriously losing it. He's slipping lyrically now too, Havoc is easily outshining him on most songs they put out in my view.
 12-19-2005, 11:14 AMaway - #6
Santoro 9 heat pts

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He's been slipping lyrically for a while. He needs to go back on the drugs....
 12-19-2005, 12:23 PMaway - #7
dumb_ass23 

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Originally Posted by Glacial
^ You're right, he's seriously losing it. He's slipping lyrically now too, Havoc is easily outshining him on most songs they put out in my view.
Yeah... I think Hav outshined him on Amerikas Nightmare too. Prod has fallen off in such a huge way.
 12-19-2005, 12:29 PMaway - #8
GROUCHCARTEL 97 heat pts97

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"matter of fact, the right check might get you a verse from p".....so i guess i'll cut a check for 68 cents so ballerina p could spit his "got my guns dunn and my g-unit chain/southpoled up and we loungin in miami" he is the absolute worst
 12-19-2005, 12:32 PM - #9
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dude what happened to P? He's such a clown, he can't be serious talkin like that.
 12-19-2005, 12:32 PMaway - #10
marcchrome 29 heat pts29

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^ You're right, he's seriously losing it. He's slipping lyrically now too, Havoc is easily outshining him on most songs they put out in my view
this has been the truth for a while.........
 12-19-2005, 01:06 PMaway - #11
RRCMT2000 

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i had repect for prodigy unitl he said this - "" Anybody that got beef with 50 Cent got beef with me. That's the King... "
 12-19-2005, 04:48 PMaway - #12
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The funny #### is that Nas made Mobb Deep, and Dre Made 50 and the Game.Why are they going against their fathers???
 12-19-2005, 05:10 PMaway - #13
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P is the worst, can somebody give me a answer why his rapping abilities have decline so bad in these past years ?
 12-19-2005, 06:05 PMaway - #14
Da Ill One|M 3614 heat pts3614

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Does or has anyone really respected them after murd3r Musik? I mean really they got horrible right after that and Prodigy Solo Albums dropped...they went WAY downhill...
 12-19-2005, 06:32 PMaway - #15
Rufus The Stunt 

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They gonna do Tony Yayo numbers, as long as thier music's good I could care less who they're affiliated with....but P's acting like a lil ####

I hope they dont #### around and lose the fanbase they had looking for one that doesnt exist
 12-19-2005, 06:51 PMaway - #16
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