Who are the artists you loved back in the days that you don't hear from anymore?
Every Wednesday, Detective Brown tries to answer the question, "Whatever happened to ____?" Its #WhatEverHappenedToWednesday on PhillyGoFlow.com.
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J. Cole was born in Frankfurt, Germany on January 28, 1985 at a U.S. Army base. His dad was based there & Cole's mother was a German postal worker. The family relocated to Fayetteville, North Carolina when he was eight months old.
On this day in 1996, M.O.P. released their second album, “Firing Squad” under Relativity Records.🔥🔥
Unapologetically loud, hardcore and in-your-face, Lil' Fame and Billy Danze are known for bringing a ton of energy into their raps. So this is of my go-to albums when I’m in the mood for some hardcore Hip-Hop. Not to mention, incredible production overseen almost entirely by the legendary @djpremier.
My favorite tracks are Salute, New Jack City, Brownsville, World Famous, Downtown Swinga and Stick to Ya Gunz, what are yours? 👇🏼 #MOP#FiringSquad