The Infamous: Where Are They Now?

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  • Mobb Deep, Havoc, Prodigy
  • Big Noyd, Mobb Deep
  • Nas, Mobb Deep
  • Crystal Johnson, Mobb Deep
  • Q-Tip, Mobb Deep
  • Raekwon, Mobb Deep, Nas
  • Chi Modu, Mobb Deep
  • Matty C, Mobb Deep
  • Schott Free, Mobb Deep
  • Ghostface Killah, Mobb Deep
  • Mobb Deep

Big Noyd

Mobb Deep's right-hand man, Big Noyd's beautifully ignorant verse on "Give Up the Goods" immediately made him a hot commodity, and he signed to Tommy Boy and released Episodes of a Hustla the following year. His career has frequently been stalled by legal troubles — he was incarcerated when his debut album dropped — but he's continued to steal the show on Mobb albums and he releasesd his own music independently, including Queens Chronicle in 2010. 

(Photo: Courtesy E1 Records)

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