Murda Muzik

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Murda Muzik
Murda muzik (album).jpg
Studio album by Mobb Deep
Released August 17, 1999 (US)[1]
Recorded 1997-1998
Genre Gangsta Rap, East Coast hip hop
Label Loud/Columbia
CK 63715 (North America)
496101 (international)
Producer Havoc
Epitome Shamello Buddah
Jonathan Williams
Mobb Deep chronology
Hell On Earth
Murda Muzik
Singles from Murda Muzik
  1. "Quiet Storm"
    Released: March 14, 1999
  2. "It's Mine"
    Released: August 31, 1999
  3. "U.S.A. (Aiight Then)"
    Released: March 21, 2000
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars[2]
Entertainment Weekly C+[3]
RapReviews 8.5/10[4]
Robert Christgau B−[5]

Murda Muzik is the fourth studio album by the American hip hop duo Mobb Deep, which was released in August 17, 1999. It features one of the group's best-known and most acclaimed songs, "Quiet Storm." It is also the duo's most commercially successful album to date, for shipping over 1 million copies and was certified Platinum by the RIAA, debuting at #3 on the Billboard 200 charts. Murda Muzik also garnered positive reviews from The Source and Allmusic, among others. A censored version of the album, titled Mobb Muzik, was released simultaneously.[6]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Producer(s) Length
1. "Intro"     0:44
2. "Streets Raised Me" (featuring Big Noyd and Chinky) Havoc 4:33
3. "What's Ya Poison" (featuring Cormega) Havoc 3:45
4. "Spread Love"   Havoc 4:04
5. "Let a Ho Be a Ho"   Havoc 3:35
6. "I'm Going Out" (featuring Lil' Cease) Havoc 3:45
7. "Allustrious"   Havoc 4:09
8. "Adrenaline"   Havoc 4:42
9. "Where Ya from" (featuring 8Ball) T-Mix 4:02
10. "Quiet Storm"   Havoc 4:25
11. "Where Ya Heart At"   Havoc 4:27
12. "Noyd Interlude"     0:19
13. "Can't Fuck Wit" (featuring Raekwon) Havoc 4:12
14. "Thug Muzik" (featuring Infamous Mobb and Chinky) The Alchemist 4:34
15. "Murda Muzik"   Havoc 4:11
16. "The Realest" (featuring Kool G Rap) The Alchemist 4:27
17. "U.S.A. (Aiight Then)"   Epitome, Shamello, Buddah 4:04
18. "It's Mine" (featuring Nas) Havoc 4:24
19. "Quiet Storm" (Remix featuring Lil' Kim) Havoc 4:04



  • "Crime Inc. Theme" by Giles Swayne
  • contains an excerpt from a speech of Ronald Reagan[7]


Where Ya Heart At

It's Mine

Quiet Storm

The Realest

I'm Going Out

Thug Muzik

What's Ya Poison

Where Ya From

Chart positions[edit]

Chart (1999) Peak
Billboard 200 #3
Top R&B/Hip Hop Albums #2
Top Canadian Albums #6