M.O.P. – TrackBlasters Entertainment

TrackBlasters Radio: 11.04.18

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Kool G Rap feat. Fame (of M.O.P.) & Freeway – Wise Guys [Audio]

On 6-2-17, Kool G Rap will release his new solo album, “Return Of The Don”, which is entirely produced by MoSS and features a veritable who’s who list of new and familiar spitters; Freeway, Noreaga, Cormega, Raekwon, Sheek Louch, Saigon, Termanology, Fame, KXNG Crooked, Conway The Machine & Westside Gunn (the newest signees to Eminem’s Shady Records) and the late Sean Price. “Rest in peace to Sean Price who I was fortunate enough to record with” G Rap commented. Stream the project’s first single, “Wise Guys” below.

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Ran Reed feat. M.O.P. – Gun Boy Interlude [Audio]

Whether he’s spraying bullets or stabbing his enemies in the brain with a No. 2 pencil, Paterson, N.J.’s Ran Reed delivers bar after bar of menacing raps on his latest leak, “Gun Boy Interlude.” Rather than go at it alone, the rapper-producer joined forces with perhaps the only other rappers who could suit a track with a title like this: MOP. The duo of Billy Danze and Lil’ Fame bring their Brownsville-reppin’ bully raps out in full force on “Gun Boy Interlude,” though it’s Reed who maintains his stance as the mean-mugging host. That much is apparent when he threatens his enemies with an end so brutal they’ll have to be identified by their dental records. And if the name isn’t familiar, you should peep his Soundcloud page immediately and get familiar. Or you can track down his compilation, Respect The Architect, which features music he recorded with producer Nick Wiz between ‘92 and ‘98. Either way, you’ll be hearing more from Reed in ‘16. “Gun Boy Interlude” is now available for stream…hit that play button.

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V. Nova feat. M.O.P. – If I Ever Knew [Audio x Download]

Brooklyn rapper V. Nova presents the Crack Factory-produced new single featuring M.O.P. from Koch Era, his forthcoming album featuring Shabaam Sahdeeq and Dark Lo from OBH. Nova describes the track as “a gritty 90’s vibe with a hint of drill and the big homies from the Ville did what they do best. Another legendary stamp on my feature passport.”

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