Masta Ace Explains Why Mobb Deep's The Infamous Is Rap's Best Album

Masta Ace Explains Why Mobb Deep's The Infamous Is Rap's Best Album

As part of Soren Baker's Best Album series, where he has esteemed guests pick an album they think is Hip-Hop's best and explain why, Masta Ace chooses Mobb Deep's The Infamous.

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Masta Ace Explains Why Mobb Deep's The Infamous Is Rap's Best Album
  • Masta Ace Explains Why Mobb Deep's The Infamous Is Rap's Best Album

    Masta Ace selects Mobb Deep's' "The Infamous" as his Best Album. The Brooklyn MC tells Soren Baker why Havoc & Prodigy's songs such as "Survival Of The Fittest," "Up North Trip," and "Drink Away The Pain'" are so powerful.

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