M.O.P.’s Billy Danze Takes His Message From Brownsville To The White House (Video)

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After more than 20 years of M.O.P., Billy Danze has made the strongest solo statement of his career. “6 O’Clock Briefing” is a directional shift for the co-founder of Mash Out Possé, and First Family member. Known for speaking bluntly to the streets, the Brooklyn, New Yorker wants a meeting with President Obama.

Bill is still loud, but not as traditionally raucous on the single that makes sense of the last eight years—showing Bill’s street reaction to the policies, issues, and diplomacy. After the single released last month, the visual features Danzini in a suit and tie, hard bottom shoes, and an awesome M.O.P. pin, appearing to play Secret Service. In a quiet minute, he bends the President’s ear with his verses.

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This single released on Billy’s WeBuildHits imprint. Hopefully, this is just the first of many looks from Lil Fame’s longtime partner in rhyme.