Label: 4th & B'way, Island, PolyGram Records

Havoc and Prodigy were just a couple of wild teenagers running wreckless through NYC when Juvenile Hell was released. Havoc had yet to hit his stride as a producer, and as nice as they were on the mic, they were still in their developmental stage.

Though their first single "Peer Pressure" was produced by Large Professor and remixed by DJ Premier, and they showed promise behind the boards with their own production on the album, it wasn't until they followed up with The Infamous and dropped "Shook Ones Pt. II" that the rap world began to take major notice. After that, everyone in Queens and beyond was swerving in their hoopties (wishing it was a Saab) cranking the Mobb.