Two of QB”s finest dropped a classic album 20 years ago, today!

This timeless album dropped on April 25,1995, it was QueensBridge duos second studio album. The album’s unforgettable style and lyrics dealing with life on the streets of New York City became only a handful of albums that completely shifted the culture. It was also a very competitive and monumental year for hip-hop with so many talented artists breaking out and dominating the airwaves. There was a abundance of great music being made in the early 90’s, you would think it would be hard to get buzz with albums like Enter the Wu- Tang (36 Chambers), Illmatic, Ready to Die and Me Against the World. But Havoc and Prodigy did it on one of the most widely recognized beats rap has ever heard “Shook Ones Pt. II” and had every one saying “ cause ain’t no such things as halfway crooks”. The Infamous is proudly recognized as one of New York’s greatest albums and is on a lot of hiphop heads top 10 albums during the 90’s. Some guest appearances from the album are Nas, Raekwon and Ghostface killah and Q-tip.

Left-over song were found in Mobb Deep’s 2014 album The Infamous Mobb deep.

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Shook Ones Pt. II video below