Peer Pressure (song)

Peer Pressure (song)

"Peer Pressure" is the first single from Mobb Deep's debut album Juvenile Hell. It was released under the 4th & Broadway label. The b-side features the song "Flavor For The Non-Believers". On Prodigy's first verse, he stated that he "dreamed of being an architect" before taking up hip hop.

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Peer Pressure (song) - Track Listing
... Side A "PeerPressure" "PeerPressure" Side B "Flavor For The Non-Believers" "Flavor For The Non-Believers" "Flavor For The Non-Believers" Mobb Deep ...

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