Playing tracks by
Dipset, Wu-Tang Clan (Feat. Tre Williams), Ghostface Killah / M.O.P. / Pharoahe Monch, Reks (Feat. Lil' Fame of M.O.P. & Attica Bars), Big Noyd and more.
Lil Fame’s humility kept him away from the limelight. He has always handled much of the production for M.O.P., his duo with fellow Brownsville emcee Billy Danze, whenever legends like DJ Premier and D/R Period weren’t around to lend their own hardnosed backdrops. Still, the songs were credited as “M.O.P.” for production. But when the knock-heavy “Cold As Ice,” the follow up to M.O.P.’s breakthrough single “Ante Up,” came around, Danze and the group’s manager Laze E. Laze had had enough: it was time for Fame to receive some recognition. Fizzy Womack, a slightly changed old nickname from Fame’s youth, was resurrected and listeners saw his talent.