Infamy

Infamy
Infamy
Album par Mobb Deep
Sortie 11 décembre 2001 Drapeau des États-Unis
Durée 71:53
Genre East Coast Hip-Hop
Producteur Havoc (Mobb Deep)
The Alchemist
Scott Storch
Ez Elpee
Label Sony Music
Critique Allmusic 3 étoiles
Rolling Stone 2,5 étoiles
The Source 4 étoiles
Albums de Mobb Deep
Murda Muzik (1999)
Free Agents: The Murda Mix Tape (2003)

Infamy est le 5e album studio du groupe de Queensbridge, Mobb Deep, sorti fin 2001. Après l'énorme succès, public et critique, de leur précédent opus (Murda Muzik), Infamy a récolté moins de ventes et n'a pas vraiment suscité des critiques unanimement positives.

Track listing

Titre Producteur(s) Interprète(s)
1 "Pray For Me" Havoc Havoc, Lil' Mo, Prodigy
2 "Get Away" Ez Elpee Havoc, Prodigy
3 "Bounce" Havoc Havoc, Prodigy
4 "Clap" Havoc Havoc, Prodigy
5 "Kill That Nigga" Havoc Havoc, Prodigy
6 "My Gats Spitting" Havoc Havoc, Infamous Mobb, Prodigy
7 "Handcuffs" Havoc Havoc, Prodigy
8 "Hey Luv (Anything)" Havoc 112, Havoc, Prodigy
9 "The Learning (Burn)" Havoc Big Noyd, Havoc, Prodigy, Vita
10 "Live Foul" Scott Storch Havoc, Prodigy
11 "Hurt Niggas" Havoc Havoc, Prodigy
12 "Get At Me" The Alchemist Havoc, Prodigy
13 "I Won't Fall" Scott Storch Havoc, Prodigy
14 "Crawlin'" Havoc Havoc, Prodigy
15 "Nothing Like Home" Havoc Havoc, Littles, Prodigy
16 "There I Go Again / So Long" Havoc, Scott Storch Havoc, Johnson Sisters, Prodigy, Ronald Isley

Sample

Get Away


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