supra-PR-Image-ProdigySigningNYCProdigy released an autobiography during spring 2011 entitled My Infamous Life: The Autobiography of Mobb Deep’s Prodigy. It was co-written with Laura Checkoway and was published by Touchstone Books. Prodigy was recently featured in the 2011 documentary Rhyme and Punishment a film that documents Hip-Hop artists who have been incarcerated. The film documents Prodigy’s trial and his last days before starting his prison sentence. During 2011, Prodigy released a free EP called The Ellsworth Bumpy Johnson EP which is his first project since being released from prison. On April 21, a song titled “The Type”, with Curren$y, was released on Curren$y’s free album, entitled Covert Coup.[7] Prodigy has spoken out against the secret society Illuminati.[8][9] In 2013, Prodigy released his second collaboration album with The Alchemist titled Albert Einstein. Then on April 1, 2014, Mobb Deep released The Infamous Mobb Deep their eighth studio album.

“There’s a lot of things they’re not talking about, like 9/11, that these people aretrying to sweep under the rug…That’s what we need to be talking about…To see what they feel about the bombs going off in the World Trade Center, what about that? There was mad witnesses, the Fire Dept., the Police Dept. saidthey heard bombs going off…and you can see the explosions going off…why isn’t anybody talking about that?”