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Album Review

With so many years in the game and so little crossover success to show for it, it makes perfect sense for the harder-than-hard hip-hop crew M.O.P. to begin to think about boutique releases. Sparta is just that, with M.O.P. handing over production to German and Danish production team the Snowgoons, who seem well aware of the group's back catalog and the darkness within. Here, it's all banging beats, foggy keyboards, and dark sonic landscapes. Ten tracks long puts it between an EP and an LP, but right in the pocket when it comes to experimental sideline releases. Fans only, and for them, it's a must.

Biography

Formed: Brooklyn, NY

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Lil' Fame and Billy Danzenie formed hardcore rap act M.O.P. The duo's debut single, "How About Some Hardcore," became popular and led to the release of their first album, To the Death, in the spring of 1994. Two years later, they delivered Firing Squad. Third record First Family 4 Life was released in March of 1998; Warriorz followed two years later. The success of Warriorz helped raise M.O.P's profile and garnered some mainstream radio attention. Label issues left the band adrift around 2002 until...
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