Music Review: 'The Infamous'
Havoc and Prodigy have come a long way since their aptly titled ’93 debut, Juvenile Hell. Over mostly self-produced, bare-bones beats, the pair’s hard-edged rhymes paint a chilling picture of life on their mean streets, New York City’s Queensbridge Housing Projects (home of Nas). Underground rap-heads — and those who can break away from Jeep beats — will rejoice. B+