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Havoc on Being with Prodigy Days Before Death, "Shook Ones" His Last Song

In this emotional clip, Havoc of Mobb Deep describes being with Prodigy in the days leading up to his death and reflects on their friendship over the years. Havoc tells Vlad about the moment he learned that Prodigy had passed: "I knew it was a lie," he says, "But when I came to the realization that it wasn't a lie the s**t just f**ked me up. I felt like I was in a dream. I was pinching myself, literally. It had to be a dream. I couldn't believe it."

Havoc continues to speak about Prodigy's legacy and kindness.

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Havoc Discusses Mobb Deep Recording 'The Infamous', Collaborating With Nas

One-half of the infamous Mobb Deep, Havoc stopped by VladTV for an exclusive interview detailing the rise of the legendary group. Havoc discusses how Mobb's Deep first album, "Juvenile Hell", flopped and how they were subsequently dropped from their first label. Mobb Deep quickly bounced back, signing to Steve Rifkind's Loud Records. Havoc talks about releasing "The Infamous" which included legendary track, "Shook Ones Pt. 2", instantly catapulting them to the forefront of the East Coast rap game. Watch above.

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Amy Winehouse's Main Producer Salaam Remi on Amy Dying at 27

Salaam Remi is one of the producers who worked heavily with the late Amy Winehouse. The producer discusses meeting Amy, and how they would come together to produce jazz music. He goes on to speak about her issues with love, her sense of humor and how that affected her music. Despite producing a majority of Amy's work, Salaam reveals he did not get a Grammy alongside the songstress. Salaam talks, Amy's legacy after the troubled singer died at just 27 years old.

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Salaam Remi on Composing Music at 3 Years Old, Producing His 1st Projects

Salaam Remi on Composing Music at 3 Years Old, Producing His 1st Projects

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London on da Track has 4 Completed Songs with Drake

London on da Track recently sat down with VladTV and spoke about his current projects, including a collaboration with up-and-coming Atlanta artist Dae Dae, titled "The Definitions." He added that he's also worked on recent projects with Nicki Minaj and Drake, but London said his next goal is to collaborate with Taylor Swift.

Speaking more about working with high profile artists, London revealed that the greatest artist he's ever worked with is Usher. He explained that it's inspiring and motivational to work with someone of Usher's talent.

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London on da Track on Young Thug's HiTunes, Lyor Cancelling Migos Thuggin

Atlanta producer London on da Track recently sat down with VladTV and shared his thoughts on working with Young Thug, why 300 Entertainment didn't release the Young Thug/Migos collaborative album, and working on Young Thug's upcoming debut album, "HiTunes."

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London on da Track: Young Thug Finished 10 Songs in 1 Day

Producer London on the Track talks about how he went from playing the piano at weddings to charting on Billboard with his song "Hookah" with Tyga. Initially, London tells DJ Vlad that he did the song with Young Thug and only wanted a verse from Tyga, but eventually, Tyga took the song and released it on his own. Though he says they were mad about the move, they still have a good relationship with Tyga.

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Zaytoven: Future's Beastmode 16 is Done, Gucci & Future Working Quickly

Between working with Gucci Mane and Future, producer Zaytoven explains the difference between the two stars' sound and why the What a Time to Be Alive rapper likes to release back-to-back projects. During an interview with DJ Vlad, Zaytoven compared his working relationship with Gucci to the likes of Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre. "We created a sound that belongs in the rap game right now. What we have together is something unbreakable, like a Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre. We have created something so special that I don't think it's going anywhere."

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Zaytoven: Gucci Mane is the Boogieman of Hip-Hop, Nobody Stands Up to Him

Zaytoven stopped by VladTV to talk about the rumors surrounding Gucci Mane being a clone, what it's like being around Gucci Mane, the artists Gucci has helped put on and much more. Zaytoven told us that both he and Gucci Mane sat back and laughed at the clone rumor, and he added, "It's a real good Marketing Strategy it's making people really pay attention... its intriguing people... we both laughed at it." Zaytoven said Gucci Mane is using the clone theory to his advantage and playing on the fact that he's new and improved.

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Zaytoven on Gucci Mane Recording his Raps on Voicemail While in Prison

Zaytoven stopped by VladTV to talk with us about Gucci's release, his weight loss, how Gucci recorded songs while behind bars, and much much more. Zaytoven explained he knew that Gucci was going to be released almost two or three weeks before. Vlad went into Gucci Mane's dramatic weight loss, and Zaytoven explained, "He's been locked up for three years, Gucci is always thinking forward so he was probably thinking how can I shock the people.. make the attention on me...

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