Peter Bailey continued his critically-acclaimed series meeting up with Prodigy of Mobb Deep in downtown Miami where Bailey and the legendary Queens emcee discuss the Illuminati and hip hop's role economically empowering urban communities.
That’s a fact NOT EVERYBODY CANT BE RAPPER....It’s MYSTICAL you’re BORN INTO A BECOME A ILL WRITERS NAS, MOBB DEEP, WU TANG CLAN, BIGGIE, OLD JAY Z, PUN, EMINEM, PAC, SNOOP etc.....Like My Pops always said someone’s got throw out the garbage and mop the floors or deliver food....We can’t all be Lawyers, Doctors and so on.......Thank You for this Priceless Interview a REAL Gem 💎.....R I P PRODIGY God Bless 😇🙏
Peace Love n Respect ✊ from Flushing, Queens
Ok in today's time for anyone reading this it's simple get rid of the government problem solve .I don't think anyone born in the 90ds or 2000 will watch this video or anyone born after 2020Maine Maine
Best interview ever. Word!Real D
R.I.P ... Mane really missed CUZZ 💪🏼it's ME bubz duH stupid
How things are going today I think prodigy was right!!Reagan Baby
i love his advice about how to rise above your environment. @ 19:58 u can see he really knew by 1st hand that life is suffering. (prob cause of his illness) rip.david dave
Once you reach a certain level of consciousness down here.. you get plucked. Your talents are needed and utilized elsewhere...Th3 P15c3s G0d
I love prodigy. He is a legendConrad Murray
This interview is much more relevant today.Space case
Did bruh call Prodigy ignorant on the low?Dupree Addison
18:04 start to talk about the illuminatirita g
RIP PRAB IS SENSEI COMPRENDE !?
Ps definitly on point even in his sleep yo the mans definitly a prodygy one.chefboyrashid jackson
Sick jacket. Rip.K Micheal
Rest easy brother man 🙏🤘 the truth is known hereArmin Katadzic
This guy is a elites puppet... catch him flashing the pyramid again and againBabe29doll
The interviewer asked good questions.
Prodigy actually spilled the beans on why artist can't be real political activist for their people in the hood.
It's unfortunate but that's exactly why these industries buy their souls, because these talented artist are from societies systematically destroyed, and impregnated with corruption for their own benefit, (the industry) knew they would get desperate 'Ghetto Artist' who never seen so much money and a ticket out their 'hell on earth,' that at that moment they would sell their souls without knowing the reality of who they sold their souls too.
Prodigy was executed because he realized his power too late in the game.
So most of these sell out rappers today are no different from the 'builders of hip hop' yesterday.
Most of the pioneers of hip hop sold their soul and now the youth today aren't afraid to exalt it.
So there's a lesson for the people who listen to these artist, their walk in life, and their moral choices.
Prodigy woke up late like Pac, but there is still a blessing because they did wake up, therefore their death became a martyrdom.
#RIP PRODIGY OF MOBB DEEP
Folks like him n 2 pac are good heroes. Not about perfection but about being awake. If they do dirt right in front of our eyes then imagine what they’re doing out of view.talli clemons
Allah worksMia Burems
REST EASY PRODIGY. #EVERYTHINGWOKEEverything Woke
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