Lil’ Fame Production Special Pt 2
Wednesday May 21st 2008,
Filed under: BK All Day,Mash Out,Steady Bootleggin'
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Fame‘s work for his own shit took a minute to get noticed since he was standing in Premier‘s formidable shadow, but even dating back to Firing Squad, he took Preme’s formula and added his own twist. Grabbing those ‘Microphone Fiend’ drums for ‘Put It In The Air’ was an act of pure genius – sure, Doom did it first on ‘The MIC’ but it worked better here – while ‘All Of The Above’ is the perfect M.O.P record in all it’s abrasive glory. Just to show some range, ‘New York Salute’ eases back on the throttle but still gets over. As for ‘Here Today…’? Cot damn!

M.O.P – ‘Here Today, Gone Tomorrow’

M.O.P – ‘New York Salute’

M.O.P – ‘Anticipation’

M.O.P – ‘G Building’

The Marxmen aka M.O.P – ‘All Of The Above’

M.O.P feat. O.C. – ‘Down 4 Whateva’

M.O.P feat. Jay-Z – ‘Put It In The Air’

M.O.P – ‘Cold As Ice’ video:

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i didn’t realise he produced so much,the way he flipped mary jane for AZ’s ‘sit em back slow’ was bananas

Comment by Mikki Dee 05.21.08 @


Comment by LUKE SICK 05.21.08 @

WOW…”Here Today, Gone Tomorrow” is insane. I never grabbed that album because I was waiting on the official Roc-a-fella release. Looks like I was trippin…

P.S. Check for your hip-hop fix!

Comment by Jerry Nice 05.21.08 @

fame was under su(Preem) tutelage….i would expect nothing less

Comment by Tabauri 05.22.08 @

I thought Here Today, Gone Tomorrow was DR Period (i.e. his name is printed on the vinyl label)?? It is indeed a crazy beat, no matter how made it.

Comment by Peter 05.22.08 @

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