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Billy Danze Joins Urban Society Radio

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BILLY DANZE* MASH OUT POSSE - M.O.P 1985 to present Lead Ass Kicker Brooklyn, New York M.O.P.short for Mash-Out Posse, is an American hardcore rap duo. The duo, comprised of Billy Danzenie and Lil' Fame, are known for their loudly aggressive delivery. Although they maintain a strong underground following, they have had mainstream success in the early 2000s with the songs "Ante Up" and "Cold As Ice". The group has frequently collaborated with DJ Premier. Fame sometimes goes under the production moniker Fizzy Womack, and has produced on several M.O.P. releases as well as three AZ albums, Cormega's Who Am I?, Termanology's Da Cameo King, Big Noyd's Illustrious and the St. Da Squad mixtape. M.O.P. debuted in 1993, with the single "How About Some Hardcore?" which appeared on the soundtrack for the film House Party 3. The underground success of the single, promoted by a gritty, low-budget video from then-unknown director Hype Williams, led to their debut album To the Death. It was a dark and raging LP, released in 1994 on the small label Select Records. The album was almost fully produced by DR Period. Billy Danze joins us to discuss his latest venture WEBUILDHITS.COM

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