Teflon of M.O.P.’s First Family returns with his Brownsville Home Team Lil Fame and Billy Danze to spit that pure FIRE over DJ Premier production on “The Thorn Side.” From the forthcoming LP “2 Sides To Every Story” dropping in June.
DJ Premier kicks off the new year by giving us a doubleheader for Episode 46 of “So Wassup” as he delivers the goods on the creation of M.O.P.’s “Rugged Neva Smooth” and “Downtown Swinga.”
DJ Premier tells the story of how he ended up with the wrong equipment to create the beat for M.O.P.’s legendary “Brownsville” track. And why did Preemo use those spacey sounds? He explains the inspiration behind that as well in the latest episode of “So Wassup.”
Benny Boom takes the helm and handles the remix video for Busta Rhymes’ “Czar” featuring M.O.P. Fresh off of Extinction Level Event 2: The Wrath of God, Bussa Bus gets a black and white treatment that may remind you of the “Flava In Ya Ear” remix.
Busta Rhymes has always been known for epic videos and connects with Benny Boom for a set of visuals for the Rockwilder produced “Czar.” Alongside the Mash Out Posse, Busta takes his throne, swims with sharks, is surrounded by dancers, controls the elements and more. With cameos from Chris Rock, Michael Blackson and Spliff Starr, “Czar” is exactly what you’d expect from a Busta Rhymes video.
Benny the Butcher has been tearing apart everything in sight. It’s only appropriate that the upstate NY rapper keeps things rolling alongside M.O.P. on the Planit Hank produced “What Happened to the Streets.”
Billy Danze links with his M.O.P. brethren Lil Fame and brings along Teflon for the ride on the hard as nails “Ain’t Gone Do Shit.” It’s another joint from the upcoming 6Pack project from Danze dropping on March 8.
Apathy’s album is shaping up to be something special as the Demigod keeps the heat coming from The Widow’s Son with “Stomp Rappers” featuring Celph Titled and M.O.P.
If you’re looking for something to get rowdy to, Rock gives you exactly what you need. Yet another joint from Rockness A.P. that features the Mash Out Posse on “FaxMachine.”
The Mash Out Posse and Onyx have launched a Kickstarter campaign for a collaborative album produced by the Snowgoons that they call the “hardest hip hop album ever.” The campaign is looking to raise $30k to release the album independently in 2016. Here’s some excerpts from the Kickstarter page.
What if the hardest step into the arena against the hardest? What if its done on a powerful soundscape by the hardest producers out there? What if 2 legendary crews step in the ring for a battle of words?
What if there is an Onyx vs. M.O.P. album produced by the Snowgoons?
To bring the hardest hip hop album ever to life, we need all of you fans to support. We need Hip Hop to support.
We are taking no shortcuts, so we have to do it the right way: Ruff Rugged & Raw. That means we have to do it Independent.