Marco Polo – 3-0-Clock ft Organized Konfusion

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Marco Polo’s solo albums have become great touchstones for fans of 1990s Hip-Hop. The Canadian-born producer’s LPs have featured the likes of Masta Ace, O.C., Kool G. Rap and Edo G. So what better place for Pharaohe Monch and Prince Po to carry on tradition than PA2: The Director’s Cut. The Port Authority 2 project is coming November 12 on Soulspazm Records (which has enlisted Marco’s partner Torae as an A&R). Since 2009, the former Hollywood Basic artists have performed together sporadically, but this upholds a void that dates back to 1997’s The Equinox. “3-0-Clock” is a welcomed addition to a classic catalog in one of the staple Underground Hip-Hop groups whose albums still sound amazing today.

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