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Editors’ Notes

A hip-hop legend best known for his classic material with Mobb Deep, Prodigy has been dropping blood-drenched, crime-addled rhymes in his instantly recognizable ice-cold monotone for nearly 20 years now. He's endured numerous beefs (with Tupac, Keith Murray, Jay-Z, and Saigon), has released huge, genre-defining hit singles ("Shook Ones Pt. 2," "Keep It Thoro"), directed a movie, and written a book. He's also dealt with major flops and assorted label shenanigans, but he's never backed down. After serving a few years in prison on weapons charges, he's been busier than ever, and this year alone he's dropped two mixtapes and two full albums. This is an extension of his Ellsworth Bumpy Johnson EP, with a dozen tracks produced mostly by The Alchemist and Sid Roams. As expected, dark beats and grimy wordplay dominate, and there are no guest appearances (unlike on pretty much every other rap record released this year). It's just P all day. While not as essential as the first H.N.I.C. or Return of the Mac, this is a strong effort that should satisfy his legion of fans. Check out "Black Devil," "The One and Only," and "Go Off."

Customer Reviews

Old p fan

He is soooooo boring now and dumb lyrics !!!!

South Side Jamaica Queens

I copped the last Prodigy joint the day it dropped. Just off the strength it's P. But the A&R selection for the songs picked to make the album weren't the strongest songs. But if you're a Mobb Deep fan, I mean a true Mobb Deep and Bandana P fan you recognize the diamonds in the ruff and the couple of weak joints fall to the waste side. However the Bumpy Johnson Album is a lot stronger. How…? LYRICAL CONTENT & BEATS in P's vein. Really I respect the fact that he just released a full length recording 3 months ago. Haters get silenced on this one. Album is missing Digital Booklet. "I need my credits, Dun?" And does need at least one guest appearance. This joint is just P, but I've been listening to the Mobb since "Juvenile Hell" Prodigy is confident in his delivery and delivers well. WELL WORTH COPPING!!

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Born: November 2, 1974 in Queens, New York, NY

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Generally acknowledged as the more lyrically gifted member of the New York hardcore rap duo Mobb Deep, Prodigy debuted as a solo artist in 2000 with H.N.I.C. on Loud Records. He returned to the solo arena in 2007 with Return of the Mac, a Koch release produced entirely by the Alchemist. H.N.I.C., Pt. 2 landed in 2008, just as the rapper was beginning a three-and-a-half-year sentence on unlawful gun possession charges. He would use the time in prison to work on his autobiography, My Infamous Life,...
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The Bumpy Johnson Album, Prodigy
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Hip-Hop/Rap, Music
  • Released: Oct 02, 2012
  • Parental Advisory

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