Havoc's more prominent partner, Prodigy, made big waves last year when he dropped Return Of The Mac and showed the rap world that just because your once-threatening crew has signed with G-Unit, shit still ain't sweet. Or soft.
On his first solo joint, Hav follows in his partner's footsteps with The Kush, an album that demonstrates both his lyrical and productional steez -- the latter being stronger than the former. The beats are so golden, however, and so thick with the rich, dark samples you grew to love from Mobb Deep, that's not necessarily a dis.
The Kush is the Mobb Deep status quo: songs about money, murder, partying and New York. Really, all fans need to know is that the Infamous is back in the house.