Entries in Mobb Deep (9)
This month marks the 14th anniversary of Prodigy of Mobb Deep's debut solo album H.N.I.C. This particular line was very visual to me when I first heard it in late 2000. Even when I hear it today, I'm reminded almost exactly of where and what I was doing.
For this week's segment #TBT, we bring you a Chapter 10 interview with none other than musical mad scientist, Alchemist.
After 20 years as half of Mobb Deep, Albert “Prodigy” Johnson is starting to make moves away from the mic. After releasing his autobiography My Infamous Life in 2011, Johnson returned to the page this summer and published his first fiction novella along with British writer Steven Sevile.
FRANK first spoke to the OG photographer for Chapter 14: Futura. After all these years, we check in with him again about his new hip-hop photo book series.
Welcome to our latest segment, the Guilty Five. Here artists slide into the safe environment of our judgment free zone to reveal five of their guilty pleasures to FRANK readers.
Good news for the hip-hop heads: we’ve got a pair of tickets to give away to the mammoth Paid Dues Festival happening on Saturday, March 30 at the San Manuel Amphitheater in San Bernadino, CA.
Prodigy of Mobb Deep teamed up with Supra to design two pairs of pretty fly kicks—one called the "Infamous" Backwood which is a boot/athletic-shoe hybrid constructed atop a unique sole that has a lightweight and comfortable SUPRAFOAM midsole with a rugged, rubber lug outsole.