The 50 Worst Rap Album Fails

38. Mobb Deep, Blood Money (2006)

Label: G-Unit/Interscope/Universal Records
Worst Song: "Have A Party" f/ 50 Cent & Nate Dogg


OUT OF STEPLAZY LYRICSBAD BEATS

It was a little surprising to see Havoc and Prodigy sign a deal with G-Unit Records in 2005, especially after 50 Cent had thrown a shot in their direction on his diss track, "Piggy Bank." But most Mobb fans were glad to see the group land on a label that would promote their music properly. Unfortunately, that feeling was short-lived. Outside of "Pearly Gates" and "Put'em In They Place"—Blood Money was a little too polished for a Mobb record—a clear indication that Fif had pushed Hav and P in the wrong direction, at least as far as Mobb fans were concerned. Not surprisingly, the album was Mobb's first and last G-Unit release.

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