On Monday, Havoc released his new collaboration with Mobb Deep affiliate Flee Lord, In the Name of Prodigy. The ten-track project is (obviously) dedicated to the late Albert “Prodigy” Johnson and features Busta Rhymes, Raekwon, Conway the Machine, and more.
“P is smiling down on us for what we accomplished for him,” Flee wrote on Instagram. After making a pledge in January to release a project every month, he caps the year with a tribute to his mentor. Flee dedicates “Bound to Take Losses” specifically to P and his brother. View the full tracklist below.
In January, Flee will appear on the upcoming soundtrack for Conflicted, Griselda Records’ motion picture debut. Back in August, he teamed up with the legendary Pete Rock for The People’s Champ. He followed up that with the second editions of his Pray for the Evil and Loyalty and Trust series. After an appearance on Conway, the Machine’s From King to a God, he kept his streak going with No More Humble Fashion.
In the Name of Prodigy is available on digital streaming platforms.
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