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M.M.O.

M.M.O.

M.M.O.


M.M.O. (which stands for Money Making Operation, or Money Makin' Outlaws, or Money Members Only) are a hip hop group from Brooklyn, New York. The group originally consisted of just TRIGG-NOM and Itchy Finga Sha, but since their incarnation they have added Naisha, Pearl Handles and the young Billy the Kid. Coming up in Coney Island back in 1997, MMO battled plenty of emcees and soon became known for their battling prowess. It wasnt long before they got noticed by John Mook Gibbons (then-manager of Wu-Tang Clan). Read more on Last.fm
M.M.O. (which stands for Money Making Operation, or Money Makin' Outlaws, or Money Members Only) are a hip hop group from Brooklyn, New York. The group originally consisted of just TRIGG-NOM and Itchy Finga Sha, but since their incarnation they have added Naisha, Pearl Handles and the young Billy the Kid. Coming up in Coney Island back in 1997, MMO battled plenty of emcees and soon became known for their battling prowess.

It wasnt long before they got noticed by John Mook Gibbons (then-manager of Wu-Tang Clan). Mook believed in the crew so much that he promptly placed them on tour with the original 9 members of Wu-Tang Clan. Touring with Wu-Tang, MMO were blessed enough to open for the likes of Hiphop heavyweights such as Notorious BIG[/arist], Busta Rhymes, and Mobb Deep (to name a few). Even though Trigga & Sha no longer roll with the Clan, the love and appreciation is still there for the legendary rap crew. The group released their debut album "All About the Money" in 2003 and followed it up in 2008 with an album called OPOMONOPO which features an appearance by Uncle Murda Read more on Last.fm.

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