Lil’ Popularity and Billy Danzenie produced hardcore rap action M.O.P. The duo’s debut one, “THINK ABOUT Some Hardcore,” became well-known and resulted in the discharge of their initial record, To the Loss of life, in the springtime of 1994. 2 yrs later, they shipped Firing Squad. Third record Initial Family 4 Lifestyle premiered in March of 1998; Warriorz implemented two years afterwards. The achievement of Warriorz helped increase M.O.P’s profile and garnered some mainstream radio interest. Label issues remaining the music group adrift around 2002 until these were found by Roc-A-Fella Information and made an appearance on Jay-Z’s The Blueprint²: The Present & the Curse. Even though the music group stayed active documenting and making looks on soundtracks, Rock-a-Fella didn’t to push out a full-length recording from M.O.P as well as the music group parted-ways with Rock-a-Fella in 2005. Then they authorized with G-Unit Information and released the compilation M.O.P. Salutes the St. Marxmen. M.O.P. following released Ghetto Warfare — documented and shelved by Rock-a-Fella — in 2006. In 2008, the music group released The Legends Underground, Vol. 5 and announced that they had finished their cope with G-Unit Information. In ’09 2009, M.O.P. released THE BUILDING BLOCKS on E1 Music.