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M.O.P. Says G-Unit Might Be On Their Next Album

M.O.P. was interviewed by DJ Whoo Kid today. The Mash Out Posse updated fans on the status of their upcoming projects, working with Mobb Deep for the first time, and their record deal with G-Unit...

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M.O.P. Featuring Mobb Deep “Street Certified”

DJ Whoo Kid premiered a collaboration featuring two legendary groups on Shade 45. During Super Bowl weekend, Whoo Kid unveiled “Street Certified” featuring M...

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15 Rap Songs That Shout Out New Jersey

New Jersey often gets a bad rap—pun intended. To some it’s the sixth borough of New York City, but to others, the Garden State is the home of the Jersey Shore and we all watched how well that unfolded on MTV. Cont...

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10 Great Things We Saw At The Afropunk Fest 2013

For 10 years, Afropunk has brought a mixture of punk attitude and African-American culture to Brooklyn. The 2013 edition of the festival was perhaps the most ambitious yet, expected to draw over 30,000 people to Fort Greene’s Commodore Barry Park for two days of hip-hop, hardcore punk, metal, funk and more...

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Peter Jackson, Troy Ave, Talib Kweli, Joell Ortiz, Skyzoo and M.O.P “I Don’t Give A F*ck 2.0″

How many fucks does Peter Jackson have? None apparently. The Toronto native gets Troy Ave, Talib Kweli, Joell Ortiz, Skyzoo and M.O.P for "I Don’t Give A Fuck 2...

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P-Money “The Hardest” Featuring M.O.P.

It's always a good day when new Mash Out Posse comes out.

P-Money drops a new record called "The Hardest" featuring M.O.P. The beat is so cold and gritty, and it goes perfectly with the aggressive Brownsville, Brooklyn, duo's rap style...

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Today In Hip-Hop: M.O.P. Releases Debut Album “To The Death”

On this day, April 12, in hip-hop history...

1994: M.O.P. released its debut album To The Death. Prior to the album's release, the Brownsville, Brooklyn duo enjoyed moderate underground success with the release of their single "How About Some Hardcore...

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Today In Hip-Hop: Jay-Z Releases “The Blueprint 2.1″

On this day, April 8, in hip-hop history...

2003: Jay-Z releases The Blueprint 2.1, a supplemental album created of remixes, b-sides and songs previously released on his most recent effort The Blueprint 2: The Gift & the Curse. Th...

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Today In Hip-Hop: DJ Premier Celebrates 47th Birthday

On this day, March 21st, in hip-hop history...

1966: DJ Premier celebrates his 47th birthday today. Born in Houston, TX, Premier is widely considered one of hip-hop's best and most prolific producers and DJs...

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Show Recap: M.O.P. Blow the Horns at Fizzyology Release Party at SOB’s

Termanalogy and Lil' Fame's collaborative album celebration turned into a rowdy Brownsville crew jumpoff...

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