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29 November, 2010 5:44 pm

Bussa Bus‘ protege Reek Da Villain busts out with  Billy and Fame on this quintessential MOP titled track. Beat by Soul Professa. Listen and download below. Reek Da Villian Feat M​.​O​.​P – “Fall In Line”(MP3)

20 August, 2010 6:57 pm

Check out Q-Tip, Buckshot, Mase, Lupe Fiasco, Barry White, and many more in this movie trailer for this upcoming Hip Hop documentary, “Check the Rhyme.”

11 May, 2010 2:38 am

Do you listen to Poetical Prophets, Brick City Kids, Original Flavor, Ricky D, Kid Wizard Rakim, Simply II Positive, or Darkman X? You probably do, but just don’t know it yet. A blog called Onetwann digs into the archives and unearths a treasure trove of lost pre-major label demos from the likes of Jay-Z, Slick [cont.]

6 April, 2010 6:08 pm

There seems to be an undercurrent about Doc Ish’ upcoming project, The First Treatment, some centering around how ridiculous the track listing is for the project and some doubt (considering were six weeks away from release date and no one has heard the LP) that he has been able to assemble the kind of talent [cont.]

29 March, 2010 2:42 pm

NYG’z will make their return this summer on DJ Premier’s Year Round Records imprint, with their second LP, Hustla’s Union. The album will feature guest appearances from Busta Rhymes, D’Angelo, Ice Cube, M.O.P., and more….. All we have to say is, Ice Cube on a Preemo track? Please let this happen….[Source: DPB]

26 January, 2010 1:18 am

I guess the Warriorz-era M.O.P. ruined it for me. This is some nice, rugged and raw Domingo shit, but I want that “Ante Up” energy. Actually tho, judging from the cover this seems to be GP100 single featuring M.O.P. M.O.P. & GP 100 – “Welcome To The House Of Wolves” (Mp3)

3 October, 2009 7:35 am

M.O.P. often refers to themselves as a part of “the last generation”, as at one point, they represented one of the last hard-rock New York City hip-hop acts still holding a major label recording contract. We’ve all watched legends in the game get dissed by the major label system, as if they never helped shape [cont.]

20 July, 2004 12:00 am

 With Marxmen Cinema, a sneaky M.O.P. delivers the second album-before-the-album (following the rock cover album, Mash Out Posse) to help them prepare for their forthcoming Roc-A-Fella debut, Ghetto Warfare. Billed as “the official M.O.P. mix tape” Marxmen Cinema is 30+ track extravaganza, spread across two discs, presenting the past, present, and future of the world famous [cont.]

12 June, 2004 12:00 am

     These days, labels have become a little more lenient on their artists as far as outside projects are concerned, mainly because they now expect them to promote themselves, much like 50 Cent did with mix CD’s or Kanye West did with his pocket-money funded “Through The Wire” video. Working as the first of two projects to [cont.]

1 January, 2000 12:00 am

 They’re named as the one of the most underrated crews of all time in Ego Trip’s Book Of Rap Lists. Yet at the same time, they have collaborated with some of New York’s finest, such as Jay-Z, Big Pun, Busta Rhymes, Pharaohe Monch, Kool G Rap, and of course, Gang Starr. With their fifth album, [cont.]

1 January, 2000 12:00 am

Working as the b-side to “Cold As Ice” (excellent choice for a third single), but I don’t know about this one. I loved the original “Ante Up”, but the “Ante Up (Remix)” is just kind of sloppily thrown together. The appearance from Busta Rhymes literally ups the ante (pun intended), adding even more energy to this [cont.]

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