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Havoc has finally revealed why the Mobb Deep deal with G Unit and Interscope fell through. Awaiting Mobb sidekick Prodigy’s release from jail next week, Hav said Interscope Records ultimately did not view them as profit-generating artists. in a recent XXL interview he explained that An album is “definitely in the sights,” . Although the disc’s home is uncertain as of know. Havoc said, while they are still cool with 50 Cent, the group is no longer on G-Unit Records. “It was a problem for Interscope, where I guess they felt that we didn’t sell enough records for them at that time,” he explained. “So they let us go off the roster and we was like, the stipulations in contracts was real technical so after that I think the G-unit contracts just expired. [But] we [won't] stay homeless for long,” the free agent added.