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How About Some Hardcore - M.O.P. - To The Death (Cassette, Album)

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  1. m.o.p for life the realest crew outa new york city hard gutter syphoney's l9il fame is the catlyst of the group and he rap's with termanology alot from lawrence massthey are great inn fizzyology and this album is m.o.p's first venture which i give 4 star's/5(19).
  2. Protégés of the always superlative DJ Premier, M.O.P's bite is bracing and fierce, and even when the duo aims for some accessibility (à la their raw but hook-laden single "Ante Up" or working with R&B duo Product G&B on "Everyday") their sound and stance is still unrefined and unrelenting/5(75).
  3. M.O.P's albums get better one after the after and this is a must if you like rap especially hardcore rappers who rap quickly, violently and loudly. The stand-out songs on this album are both versions of Ante Up, Cold As Ice, Welcome To Brownsville, Roll Call and Follow Instructions but you will find yourself playing most songs over and over again/5(32).
  4. May 20,  · A lot of the new artists are less hardcore and less street than my fans are used to — like the M.O.P.s and the Sean Prices and instead I went with the .
  5. 'To The Death' is the debut album from M.O.P. (Lil' Fame & Billy Danze), released in April via Select Street Records. With the lead single 'How About Some Hardcore' & the DJ Premier remix to 'Rugged Neva Smoove,' the underground got put on to the Mash Out Posse real quickly.
  6. A niche journey down the hidden corners of memory lane: diggin' up past rarities, celebrating cult classics, and showcasing emerging talent!
  7. The family It's M.O.P The world famous D-A-N-Z-INIE Use your lethal and a swift Never the game, cause game is partially gift, but partially lame Bringin' back hardcore raps to the atmosphere Me and my man makin' hits with Premier You faggots ain't doin' it right So here's the cup of brew from the firing squad, we're trigga nigga stripes I'm.
  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of To The Death on Discogs. Label: Select Street Records - • Format: Cassette Album • Country: US • Genre: Hip Hop • /5(2).