December 27, 2007 03:05:06 GMT
Prodigy will be the first artist to use voice translation technology that allows his original voice converted to many other languages.
Refusing to go mild this time, Hip-Hop duo Mobb Deep's one half member, Prodigy, announced on Christmas day that he will release his second solo set, 'H.N.I.C. 2' in multiple languages, to be specific, 1,400 of them.
The album, which will hit stores worldwide in March 2008 through Voxonic Music and AAO Music/Reality, will have the rapper's voice converted to many foreign languages with translation technology that has 99 per cent accuracy.
"I'll be the first hip hop artist to release a record that's converted into foreign languages using the Voxonic voice conversion technology," Prodigy said. "The technology they use is a great opportunity for me to keep supplying my fans around the world with music to hold them down while I'm away."
Among the languages used are Spanish, German and French. The English and original version is produced by his long time collaborator The Alchemist and reportedly, features several guest appearances from Young Buck, Tony Yayo and 50 Cent among many.
The track 'A.B.C's' has been pulled as the first single, and its music video was premiered earlier this month.