M.O.P., To The Death

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BIS => 2022 11 25

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    PRE ORDER => 2022 11 18


    A1 Crimetime 1-718
    A2 Rugged Neva Smoove
    A3 Ring Ding
    A4 Heistmasters
    B1 Blue Steel
    B2 Who Is M.O.P.??
    B3 To The Death
    B4 Big Mal
    C1 Top Of The Line
    C2 This Is Your Brain
    C3 Drama Lord
    D1 F.A.G. (Fake Ass Gangsta)
    D2 How About Some Hardcore
    D3 Positive Influences
    D4 Guns N Roses


    The legendary Brownsville duo of Lil Fame and Billy Danze followed up their first group single "How About Some Hardcore" with their first full-length studio album, To The Death, in the Spring of 1994, and they haven’t let up the pressure since. While some solo offerings came earlier - most notably Fame’s appearance on The Hill That’s Real compilation- the classic aggressive energy the two emcees exhibit while trading rhymes back and forth is what street-rap fans have come to know and love from the group. If you are not into the that smash-ya-face-in style, then simply put, the Mash Out Posse is not for you.
    The album was produced entirely by DR Period, except for track "Guns N' Roses" (produced by Silver D), and it solidified what has become a successful 30 year career for M.O.P. Fame and Danze haven’t waivered from their grimy, crimey, high-energy boom bap style
    to this day, and the songs on this album established that fact early on. Tracks like "Rugged Neva Smoove", “Blue Steel”, “Guns N’ Roses”, and the robbery-story driven "Heistmasters" are early indicators of the ruckus they would later bring on anthems
    like “Stick To Ya Gunz” and “Ante Up”.