M.O.P. in 2001

Also known as

Mash Out Posse, The Marxmen


Brownsville, Brooklyn, New York, United States


Hip hop, hardcore hip hop

Years active



First Family, Select, Relativity, Loud, Roc-A-Fella, G-Unit, E1 Music, Babygrande, Ca$hville

Associated acts

AZ, Big Noyd, Busta Rhymes, Cormega DJ Premier, DR Period, Fat Joe, G-Unit, Gang Starr Foundation, Jay-Z, Kool G Rap, Snowgoons, Teflon, Wu-Tang Clan


M.O.P., an abbreviation of Mash Out Posse, is an American hip hop duo from Brooklyn, New York. The duo, consisting of Eric "Billy Danze" Murray and Jamal "Lil' Fame" Grinnage (born April 9, 1975), are known for their hardcore lyrics and aggressive delivery. Although they maintain a strong underground following, they are well-known for the song "Ante Up", released on 2000's Warriorz, and with which they have had mainstream success. Fame sometimes produces under the moniker Fizzy Womack, and has produced a significant number of songs on all M.O.P. releases since 1996's Firing Squad, as well as work for other artists including Big Noyd, Kool G Rap, Teflon and Wu-Tang Clan.

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