Havoc Gets The Cameras Rolling, Drops “Real From The Fake” Music Video [Video]

Havoc Gets The Cameras Rolling, Drops “Real From The Fake” Music Video [Video]

Mobb Deep’s Havoc continues to feed the Internet rumor mill on alleged friction between him and estranged partner Prodigy by releasing a music video for his new subliminal track, “Separated (Real From The Fake).”

Hav took to the viral highway Monday (August 13) and released the gritty visual.

Two weeks back former Mobb Deep member Havoc released a new track from his solo EP blatantly ripping into his former partner and best friend Prodigy. Havoc never makes mention of Prodigy by name, but It’s easy to tell who the subject of his verbal attack is. Well now we have some visuals to aid us in our listen to the track, entitled Separated. Since Mobb Deep officially Separated a few weeks ago I have been in a state of Mobb Depression. I now find myself skipping all the Mobb Deep songs on my iPhone out of pure devastation. (The Koalition)

The new record premiered online earlier this month.

“We all gathered here today to say goodbye to the lies, b*tch,” Hav raps, “Hammer in a n*gga’s face, got him talking high pitch/Falsetto like you belong in a pair of stilettos, you drinking a woman’s drink, I’m on that Hennessy level/You sounding real sentimental/It’s off in your hooks — 20/20 vision, I had to take another look/Would have thought he was fiction like the motherf*cking book…” (“Separated (Real From The Fake)”)

On the track, Hav appears to take shots at Capital P’s new H.N.I.C. 3 solo album.

“You used to spit bars, but now you just chirp,” Hav raps, “Like a love bird/And most of your album is for the love birds/Son, you wilding — what happened to your principals/Your style ain’t about sh*t/If this is what you call beef, I’m about to take a cow sh*t…” (“Separated (Real From The Fake)”)

In late July, the producer/rapper came clean on lying about having his Twitter hacked in April and confessed to dissing P around Easter.

“The tweets is crazy,” said Havoc. “So it was you?” asked Creekmur. “Yeah,” said Havoc. “And I was speaking of a stand point of being mad, but still being truthful of how I felt – but it was just the wrong thing to do at that time.” As for the state of Mobb Deep, Havoc says they are taking a break.”Right now Mobb Deep is on hiatus, indefinitely…until things get hashed out,” Havoc told AllHipHop.com. “Eventually, the real story will come out; there’s two sides to every story. Only one has been spoken for.” (All Hip Hop)

Check out the music video below:

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