M.O.P. f. Demarco, “Street Life” MP3


The first page that pops up when you google "M.O.P. myspace" is a link for myspace.com/mashoutpossegunit. The page is tricked out with G-Unit propaganda and even has a banner to pre-order 50 Cent's Curtis album, dropping "9.11.07." The next result looks a little more official in that it has a phone number for booking, but it also doesn't even have a personalized layout. Since bouncing around through more or less every powerhouse rap squad of the past decade, Mashed Out Posse endures for songs like "Street Life," which sounds like they recorded it on a Brownsville stoop, Hennessy-filled plastic cup in hand. Demarco, who kind of made his name singing the ills of the shotta lifestyle, bookends Fame and Fizzy's verses, no doubt singing to the garrisons of Brooklyn as well as Jamrock.









Download: M.O.P. f. Demarco, "Street Life"

M.O.P. f. Demarco, “Street Life” MP3