M.O.P., ‘Welcome to Brownsville’ – Brooklyn-Inspired Rap Songs
M.O.P. is one of rap's toughest duos from one of the roughest neighborhoods in Brooklyn and they've never had an issue with shouting out their Brownsville hood on wax.
Billy Danze and Lil' Fame dropped 'Welcome to Brownsville' on their fourth studio LP, 'Warriorz,' in 2000. In keeping with their boisterous nature, the two took to the track's gritty production, speaking on life in Brownsville with the aggression that's become their signature, rapping, "I put it down with my n----s from the dungeon since the days of pigeon coops, skelly courts and free lunches."
Listen to M.O.P.'s 'Welcome to Brownsville'