M.O.P. Assaults A Soul-Sample Track By Domingo (Audio)

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Two of Brooklyn, New York’s roughest neighborhoods have been East New York and Brownsville. In the face of NBA teams, celebrity hotspots, and ongoing gentrification, lovers of “old New York,” highlight those two locales as being places that still live by their own rules. M.O.P., representatives of the ‘Ville, continue to showcase a bygone era of Hip-Hop and street life. Domingo, who’s from the same streets “in the East” as Blahzay Blahzay, twerks up a Soul sample that makes things sound as close to a ballad as you’re going to get from the Mash Out Posse.


Think this is how Billy Danze and Lil Fame would have sounded with an album on the early 2000s Roc-A-Fella Records, had they dropped as planned?

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