Yesterday, M.O.P., one of the pioneers of hardcore hip hop, unleashed the video for their latest song, "Broad Daylight" featuring Busta Rhymes. The song will be featured on their upcoming album, Street Certified, which is expected to be released on November 18th.
For 20 years, Brooklyn's own Billy Danze and Lil' Fame have flooded the streets with their loud, hardcore, abrasive sound. Back for a new release, they have not deviated from their signature aggressive style. The Jay Z-sampled track features the three Brooklyn veterans rapping about violence and more violence. Billy Danze raps, "The shooters on your block call me big homie / Or bigger homie when I got that ripper on me / You might wanna reconsider flippin' on me / Trip if you want, get left crippled homie." Busta stole the show at the end of the track with the controversial line, "While I abuse these big niggaz, what else I'm supposed to do / Adrian Peterson, I abuse little niggaz too." All-black outfits, torches, guns, and robberies is what the video has to offer.
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Source: MOPVEVO YouTube Channel