M.O.P. Leave G-Unit

I don’t think this will come as a big surprise to anybody. AHH is reporting that Brownsville’s finest are leaving G-Unit after an unproductive three year stint at the label. Curtis basically took two of the most respected hardcore lyricists in New York hip-hop and shelved them because they couldn’t fit into one of those G-Unit wifebeaters.


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36 Responses to “M.O.P. Leave G-Unit”

  1. Busta Cracka The English Smacka Says:

    uno!!!

  2. Busta Cracka The English Smacka Says:

    dos!!

  3. Busta Cracka The English Smacka Says:

    tres!!

  4. Big Homie Says:

    What a freakin waist

  5. Busta Cracka The English Smacka Says:

    *Bonus points for triple word score*

  6. Busta Cracka The English Smacka Says:

    LP:

    I got tickets for days, nights & weekends…

    Whats up Nah??

    ^^^
    Sounds Like a bad case of Krabs. WOOOOOO!
    *daps Busta*

    ^^^^^^^^^^^^

    No chance… The bitch i got my Nat King from last, said “no glove, no love”

    *daps TheCrazy88* (c) Kill Bill

  7. green eyes Says:

    smart move for M.O.P.

  8. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    Method Man on some shit, pullin niggaz files

    ***I thought he said “Method Man on some shit, so niggas call me the fly”- actually, I like that better than “pullin’ niggaz files”, even if it’s incorrect….

    ***Good for MOP, by the way…I wonder if they’re gonna have rights to the material they recorded under contract, though…

  9. Busta Cracka The English Smacka Says:

    I hope they sign with Premo now!!!!

  10. green eyes Says:

    premo has a label?

  11. Foe Show Says:

    icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    February 7th, 2008 at 10:40 am
    Method Man on some shit, pullin niggaz files

    ***I thought he said “Method Man on some shit, so niggas call me the fly”- actually, I like that better than “pullin’ niggaz files”, even if it’s incorrect….

    ***Good for MOP, by the way…I wonder if they’re gonna have rights to the material they recorded under contract, though…

    $$

    Hopefully MOP just goes back to doing their own thing. That “joining clicks/labels” thing hasn’t worked for really ANYONE. I say they should sign to Koch and let’er rip.

  12. Busta Cracka The English Smacka Says:

    LMAO @ The above picture – It looks like it was taken just after 50 told them….lol

    Co-sign Icon Don – Glad they are off the unit – We might get an album now!!

  13. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    Hopefully MOP just goes back to doing their own thing. That “joining clicks/labels” thing hasn’t worked for really ANYONE. I say they should sign to Koch and let’er rip.

    **Co-sign- affiliation will only get you so far, especially if you’re a poor fit for the organization in the first place…that MOP collabo on Killer Mike’s album is ri-fuckin’-diculous (nhjic)….

  14. Big Homie Says:

    First the ROC then the Unit….MOP hopefully can just do their own thing and release some new material on their own.

  15. green eyes Says:

    cosign foe.. unless you are already part of some crew, dont join one. and if you are already in one, look around and see your position.. because you’ll be on that same lane forever.

    good morning gentlemen: bay bay, foe, crazy, busta, cold, plug, billz, etc

  16. Big Homie Says:

    because they couldn’t fit into one of those G-Unit wifebeaters.

    ^ LOL

  17. Ghost writer Says:

    M.O.P. just has no luck with shit……feel bad for them…..

  18. icon (trillbert arenas) Says:

    Big Homie Says:

    February 7th, 2008 at 10:45 am
    First the ROC then the Unit….MOP hopefully can just do their own thing and release some new material on their own.

    ***at this point in their careers, I think they’re established enough to eat off of just putting out mixtapes and doing shows- MOP is a hard sell (none) for a label, which sucks, because they’re extremely talented…too bad they look like some mad scientist spliced A Tribe Called Quest’s DNA with Beebop and Rocksteady from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles…

  19. D. Billz Says:

    My favorite group of all time… and I was actually hoping Curtis was gonna Budden’d ’em. Especially after the critical acclaim of “Big Boy Game”. But after Banks and others released albums without no sign of Billy and Fame, I knew this was coming.

  20. CiCi The Intern Says:

    Mash Out Posse took an L for even accepting this ish in the first place

    Good morning everybody…*hugs*

  21. Busta Cracka The English Smacka Says:

    green eyes Says:

    February 7th, 2008 at 10:42 am
    premo has a label?

    ^^^^^^^^^^^^

    DJ Premier currently owns two record labels. Year-Round Records was founded in 2002 and has so far released several DJ Premier mixtapes as well as 12-inch vinyl singles for NYG’z and Blaq Poet. Works of Mart, which is also the name of his publishing company since the early 1990s, was founded in mid-2006 and released 12-inch vinyl singles for Tef (aka Teflon) and FABID (H. Stax and Mike Rone) and a mixtape. In 2004, he took ownership the now-defunct legendary D&D Studios. After much-needed renovations, it was reopened as HeadQcourterz Studios, named for his fallen friend.

  22. Korean Slap Boxer Says:

    Wack, if he didn’t wanna risk too much tighten the budget. But don’t sign them as a f*ckin tax write off. I really think hat’s what labels do for the most part. Find ways to get big tax breaks

  23. Shawamar Says:

    If anyone needs to go the indy route, its these bruthas… Im thinking its getting to late for them though, I hope not but damn how long has it been since they had an “album”?

  24. Encyclopedia Black Says:

    No, they’ll be straight. I feel like Curtis pulled a page out of the Dr. Dre “sign and shelve” manual. Glad to see they got their freedom.

  25. BobbyBrownCocaineSurplus Says:

    THe truth is these 2 Danze & Fame DO NOT GET ALONG anymore – it was nothing to do with Fif – Its sucks that they are no longer friends cuz they do make good tracks but OH WELL

  26. Matt Says:

    50 looking smart now: folding G-Unit clothing and releasing a group that hasn’t put out an album in 8 years. That’s 32 quarters by my mathematics. Keep it up Curtis.

  27. DaStreets Says:

    who yall fooling..yall remember them on ultimate hustle with dame dash..then niggas look like they don’t even take the game serious…in the studio for hours and aint get shit done….

    all the albums they were able to put out only had 2 joints niggas wanna quote as a hit and yall crying like they were done wrong…why when they were on teh roc and aint do nothing nobody was crying foul….

    we should have seen this coming since the day they were signed…

    yes it would have been nice for them to drop something but who’s really fooling who??

  28. MiamiDaze Says:

    Free the Marxmen.

  29. Ja Rule REMEMBER ME Says:

    First the ROC then the Unit….MOP hopefully can just do their own thing and release some new material on their own.

    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    in today’s market MOP is UNMARKETABLE like the LOX

  30. BOBO Says:

    good for them. co-sign who said just go to koch!

    mop and lox have a lot of people waiting for their projects… as long as they don’t spend too much they’ll do ok. you can make profits without going platinum…

  31. Joe Turksta Says:

    Damn! No Surprise. I think the DJ Premier route is better than the Kotch Route. Year Round Records and MOP have a good relationship as it is. MOP is one of the only groups ever to get Premier beats without paying for them.

  32. 40 Inch Says:

    nahright can suck a moose nut

  33. 40 Inch Says:

    Kotch Route

    ^ LMAO Kotch LMAO

    plz tell me u did dat on purpose

  34. Frank White Says:

    Yo I’m strictly about skills and dope lyrical coastin
    Relying on talent, not marketing and promotion

  35. Nuf Says:

    Money laundering, plain and simple.

  36. bengan76 Says:

    m.o.p. got to shine little little in other g-unit artist videos: mase, mobb deep etc
    good for them but for me and all the other underground boom bap hiphop fans it was funeral day all the time when i see m.o.p. in this videos.

    I hope hope primo sign mash out posse to his “year round record” preem and m.o.p. is straight up fire– a deadly combination

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