Mobb Deep’s Prodigy showed he was serious about hitting the studio just a week after being released from a three-year jail bid by dropping a new track called “Love Y’All More.”

The track also co-features Havoc and is supplied with production from Alchemist.

Fresh off his prison bid, Prodigy reunites with Havoc for the first post-incarceration Mobb Deep track “Love Y’all More.” The gushy soul-sampled tune, produced by Mobb affiliate Alchemist, is a return to form for the Queens duo, with gruff rhymes dedicated to the fans for holding P down while he was serving his time. “Through the thick and the thin, strong and the long/ We love y’all, ’cause y’all love us/ We love ya’ll more,” raps the newly-liberated Prodigy. (Rap-Up)

Havoc spoke on the record last night (March 16) and what fans can continue to expect from the reunited Mobb Deep.


“We got something very big in making!!! Ya going to be shocked with this one!!!”

“Smells Like 95 in this b*tch!!” (Havoc’s Twitter)

G-Unit’s Lloyd Banks recently talked about wanting to make new records with P.

The self-proclaimed Punch Line King announced a special track he has in mind for his former G-Unit teammate Prodigy. “I haven’t spoken to him yet,” Banks said. “We gonna get something done.” Banks added that he has, however, been in contact with the gruff-voiced rapper’s longtime producer and comrade the Alchemist and promised that the pair will work together. He mentioned that he already has a record in mind for the collaboration, which would include another artist. “I had the crazy record, [but] I’m not gonna say the other feature, but hopefully I get a good one,” he teased. (MTV)

Earlier this week, Prodigy gave his first post-jail interview with The Source.

“It feels incredible, man,” P said when asked about his feelings since being released from jail last week. “I’m just happy to be back, be back to work on the music and everything we got to take care of. A lot of the things I was doing [in jail], I was writing a lot of blogs and putting it out there on the websites and the streets. I was writing a lot of lyrics, of course, for songs and I tried my hand at some poetry, different writing types of stuff. At this point in my life, I see a lot of people — just doing the same thing. Nobody’s unique. Everybody copies off each other, everybody wears the same kind of stuff. Nobody’s an individual anymore.” (The Source)

Check out “Love Y’All More” down below: