M.O.P.'s Lil Fame recently revealed that the Brooklyn Hip-Hop duo is in the studio working on a new album since severing ties with Koch/E1 Entertainment.
The veteran Hip-Hop act has recorded for a number of labels since their first big hit single "How About Some Hardcore," which dropped in 1993.
Since then, the group has recorded classic albums for labels like Select Records, Relativity Records, Loud Records, Roc-A-Fella Records, G-Unit Records and their last recording home, E1 Records.
M.O.P. has cut ties with E1 and is currently in negotiations for a new recording home.
"We're recording. Recording, that's normal, that's like bread and water," Lil Fame told AllHipHop.com. "We are going to give one to you soon [an M.O.P. album], but it's gotta be right."
In the meantime, Lil Fame and Billy Danz have been touring and working on various projects.
Billy Danz is working on his website WeBuildHits.com, while Lil Fame is preparing a new project titled Fizziology, with Lawrence, Massachusetts rapper Termanology.
"I'm not tripping as far as us [M.O.P.]," Lil Fame said of the new album. "I'm talking about as far as the business gotta be right."
The group's last major release, 2009's Foundation, was distributed by E1, one of the leading independent record labels in the
But the deal wasn't right for the experienced rap group.
"We don't want that situation again," Lil Fame said. "We don't want to go back through that. The album [Foundation] was a smoker though."