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Album Review

Why M.O.P. signed a deal with Roc-A-Fella is food for thought. For better or for worse, M.O.P.'s Roc-A-Fella deal went sour before a full studio album came to fruition. And while their 2005 effort, St. Marxmen, features a number of more radio-friendly studio cuts and collaborations from their short-lived tenure with Jay-Z's label, longtime fans will be pleased to hear that the album is, on the whole, the same rowdy, "banned from TV" sound that has been the Brownville duo's signature since "How About Some Hardcore." Of particular note is "Put It in the Air," on which Fizzy Womack and Lil' Fame deliver some of their most ferocious verses in years over a pounding, Run-D.M.C.-esque boom-bap beat., Rovi

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M.O.P. Is Back (What is this johnny person talkin about)

Yo M.O.P. is bringing back heat there off the hook. the best song is big boy game ft. 50 cent. I can't wait for their new CD from G-Unit called "Guerilla War Fare" thats gonna be sick. I know M.O.P. brought Ante Up which was one of the best songs of all time but this is also heat if you listen to the whole Cd. I would definitley recommend this to anyone who likes rap, its fire throughout. M.O.P. is back from the dead and this time there with 50 Cent & G-Unit. So you know its gonna be hot.


this isn't like the M.O.P that did ante up, they got weak!

m.o.p rocks

m.o.p are the kings of brooklyn


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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