Mobb Deep’s Havoc to Release “Hidden Files” on February 24th

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Download DJBooth's new App, The PLUG New York, NY -- Rapper/producer Havoc of Mobb Deep fame is preparing to release the follow-up to his 2007 solo debut, The Kush. Scheduled to arrive in stores and online on February 24th, Hidden Files will include guest contributions from Big Noyd and Cassidy as well as fellow Mobb Deep member Prodigy. The album's lead single, "Watch Me" ft. Ricky Blaze, is currently being serviced to radio outlets across the country.

Hidden Files Tracklist:

1. Can't Get Touched
2. I Clap'em Up
3. Watch Me (feat. Ricky Blaze)
4. Heart Of The Grind
5. You Treated Me… (feat. Cassidy)
6. My Life
7. That's My Word
8. The Hustler
9. The Millennium
10. Walk Wit Me
11. On A Mission (feat. Prodigy of Mobb Deep)
12. This Is Where It's At (feat. Big Noyd)
13. Don't Knock It Til You Try It
14. Tell Me More (feat. Sonyae Elyse)

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