Havoc talks Prodigy

Havoc talks about the pain in losing his Mobb Deep associate Prodigy on VladTV. The emotional segment shows Havoc reminisce fondly as he talks about them from the beginnings of their musical career to P’s untimely and shocking death.

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“I got news that I never would have expected, ever in my life,” Havoc said. “I just knew that it was … a lie, it was a rumor. I’d heard rumors about myself, about P, about other niggas, and they never be true. Especially my homeboy, my dude? That he’s dead? “And I just had a progress report on him the night before that he good,” he added. “He walking around, he joking, he eating food, and somebody gonna say that he passed away? Like that? I knew it was a lie. But when I came to the realization that it wasn’t a lie, that shit just … It fucked me up. I was pinching myself, literally. It had to be a dream.”

When asked what exactly caused his friend’s death, Havoc said, “From what I heard, he threw up and it went into his lungs. That’s the official part of what I heard. And I still have questions. What the fuck does that mean? He was fine.”

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Prodigy suffered from sickle-cell anemia for his whole life. He died at the age of 42 on June 20 2017. Born in NYC in 1974 Prodigy met Havoc while attending the High School of Art & Design in Manhattan. The two of them a musical friendship and became the ‘Poetical Prophets’. They then changed their name to ‘The Infamous Mobb Deep’.

Prodigy released five solo studio albums. Mobb Deep released eight albums.

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