Mobb Deep - Best In The Bizness   
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written by Chase Doe    
With their new album "Blood Money" on the way, Mobb Deep has teamed up with Whoo Kid and newcomers 40 Glocc and Nyce for a less than spectacular mixtape.

"Best in the Bizness" starts off strong with the cut "Murda Murda," featuring Prodigy, Tony Yayo, and 40 Glocc. Prodigy carries the majority of the mixtape as Havoc is only heard on a few songs, most notably "I Smack a Ho" and "The Infamous." Hopefully, Hollywood Hav is saving his verses for the album.

Wherever Mobb Deep found new artists 40 Glocc and Nyce they should have left them. It would have been better to hear Big Noyd and the Alchemist on the mic instead of these two tough talking newcomers. Especially when Nyce spits corny lines like, "I'll shoot you in your stomach, make you move bowels" and "Run up on you, spray ya shirt like cologne," on the song "Die Already," while 40 Glocc tries to out do him spitting trash like, "I'm like Home Depot, full of hardware" and "You niggaz couldn't shine if you was Puffy punk," on the song "U ain't No G."

Sadly, the highlight of the Mixtape doesn't come from Mobb Deep, instead the two songs dissing The Game, "Mr. Potato Head" by Young Buck and 50 Cent's "I'm Not Rich Still Lying," are the tapes highlights and provide much needed humor amongst the murder music of Mobb Deep.

The Mobb Deep and G-Unit connection hasn't produced any blockbuster hits or major buzz in the streets yet, and the current single "Put 'Em In There Place" doesn't come close to previous Mobb hits. Hopefully the lacklustre "Best in the Bizness" isn't an indication of how good the album will be.

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