(AllHipHop Features) VH1 recently presented it's annual 'Hip Hop Honors' program, this time honoring 90's game changers.
This year, 'Hip Hop Honors' was held at Paramount Studios in Hollywood, CA with a 90’s style block party on the lot on Brooklyn St.
VH1 celebrated the golden era of Hip Hop and the moment when Hip Hop became mainstream across pop culture by honoring Mariah Carey, Jermaine Dupri, Martin Lawrence, Master P, and Hype Williams.
AllHipHop's Rea Davis caught up with Mobb Deep's Havoc to discuss losing Prodigy, a forthcoming Mobb Deep album, and more.
Havoc on witnessing the 90's Hip Hop being honored:
"It feels real good. It's about time. We paved the way for a lot of this stuff that's out here now. So it feels good," said Havoc.
On losing Prodigy:
"I mean it's bitter sweet. I get a chance to carry on my brother's legacy. I wish he was here. I rather him here," he said.
Havoc revealed that he's been very busy as he's gearing up to put out the next Mobb Deep album, films, documentaries, and [film] scoring.
Check out the interview below!
Video shot by Marshaun White @flightlifemars.