Are We Overdue For That Lil Fame Solo Album? Hear This Freestyle (Audio)

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For nearly five years, there has been talk of M.O.P. pausing to do solo albums by Billy Danze and Lil Fame. The problem? The Brownsvillians simply love mashing out, together.

After a series of albums, EPs, and even a joint effort between Fame and Termanology, the MC/producer also known as Fizzy Womack may be stepping to the plate with his Louisville Slugger in hand. Taking D Dot’s 16 year-old “Can I Live” instrumental for Black Rob and The LOX, Fame gets gritty. The bars pack threats, O.G. talk, and that overhand that can still send those that test to the mat. Beyond a plethora of street-certified hits, Jamal Grinnage is truly ready for the rumble without the tag-team:

How could Fame make a solo LP stand apart from 20-plus years with Mash Out?

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