The legendary Mobb Deep came equipped for warfare on tour celebrating the 20th Anniversary of their fourth album Murda Muzik. The Infamous Mobb Deep are a pioneering rap group to emerge from New York City in the 90’s era, a group which perfected a signatory sound which meant some of their tracks instantly became timeless classics. A grittier rap group, their tracks often contained graphic imagery of growing up in Queensbridge Houses and Mobb Deep are some of QB’s finest who provided the soundtrack to the streets. Murda Muzik dropped on August 17 1999 with collaborations from various other including, Cormega on What’s Ya Poison and Big Noyd on Streets Raised Me. This one album alone houses several hits including the crowd pleasing Shook Ones and Quiet Storm on which Havoc has sampled, White Lines (Don’t Do it) by Melle Mel. The mixture of dope lyrics and beats, it’s hard to believe it’s been over twenty years since this album came out as it still has the same impact when played now.