From DJ J-Ronin’s Freestyle Files Vol. 2.
Termanology teams up with DJ Kay Slay, Sheek Louch, Lil Fame Of M.O.P. to shoot the visuals for his latest single “Straight Off The Block”. Produced By Shortfyuz. Directed & Edited By Gil Videos. Get the new album G.O.Y.A. on iTunes now.
Suicide Kings consists of emcee Joey Knuckles and DJ/Producer King Cole and since their conception in 2011, the group has been steadily moving forward; opening for such acts as Mobb Deep, Demigodz (Apathy & Celph Titled), Tech N9ne, Obie Trice & Heavy Metal Kings (Ill Bill, Vinnie Paz) among others. In the winter of 2012, [cont.]
“I Don’t Give A Fuck 2.0” is the first record to be released from Peter Jackson’s mixtape Good Company. The Song features Talib Kweli, Joell Ortiz, Troy Ave, Skyzoo, & Billy Danze of MOP. Good Company is set to release this summer with features and production from some of the industry’s biggest stars. Peter Jackson [cont.]
Producer Jason Dean lends a nutty horn driven beat to M.O.P. for this collaborative record. The single is available now on Amazon. Directed by Nima Theri.
M.O.P. and Smif N Wessun interview each other about their favorite West Coast albums; best countries to tour in; top food spots in Brooklyn; and views on the music industry today.
M.O.P. takes the lead on New Zealand producer P-Money’s latest single off his upcoming album, Gratitude, out May 21st on Dawn Raid / Dirty Records / Duck Down Music. Gratitude features Talib Kweli, Aaradhna, Havoc (of Mobb Deep), Freddie Gibbs, M.O.P., Buckshot, Skyzoo, Fashawn, Roc Marciano, Pac Div, STS, Nicole Wray and more.
With the fifth and final leak before Marco Polo drops his highly-anticipated free-LP, Newport Authority 2, Marco states “I did a remix for “Stand Up” off the brand new Adrian Younge presents The Delfonics project (who am I big fan of, y’all should cop anything he’s a part of.) Adrian sent me the album early [cont.]
Here’s a banger off of DJ Skizz’s upcoming self produced LP “BQE”. This joint features Brooklyn heavyweights Ill Bill & MOP’s Lil’ Fame.
Another leak from RZA’s The Man With The Iron Fists soundtrack. That’s not our tag, by the way.
Hanz Gable links up with M.O.P.’s Lil Fame for a visual to his latest creation “Who’s Gonna Stop Me.”
New music from 1/2 of Siah and Yeshua Da PoED, from the upcoming LP, I’ll Take Those Odds.
DJ Premier produces this cut from Gang Starr foundation member Big Shug’s next LP, I.M. 4-Eva, which drops July 24th on Brick Records.
Exclusive track from J-Ronin’s new mixtape, All Elements, which is also hosted by M.O.P.
Danze and Fame speak to Vlad.TV about their G-Unit deal and why it did not pan out.
Billy Danze and Lil’ Fame – collectively known as M.O.P. – have been one of the most consistent New York hip-hop groups since Gang Starr, continuing to deliver an unadulterated, undiluted brand of raw street-hop for almost two decades. The pinnacle of their career was with their 2000 single “Ante Up”, which led arguably the [cont.]
Title track from M.O.P.’s Sparta LP, produced entirely by The Snowgoons, in stores next week.“This is 300-minus-298….”
Statik sets the stage for M.O.P.’s Sparta, hitting November 22nd, with this review of their classics and collabos. U don’t know.
November’s going to be a busy month. M.O.P. and Snowgoons will collaborate on the album, Sparta, (great title) hitting on the 22nd. “The greatest muthafuckin’ hip-hop album of the last ten years,” as explained in the above video. M.O.P. & The Snowgoons “Get Yours” (Sparta In Stores 11.22.11) by Babygrande Records
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