Organized Konfusion To Celebrate 20th Anniversary Of Stress: The Extinction Agenda With O.C. & Large Professor

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In August of 1994, Pharoahe Monch and Prince Poetry released their second of three albums as Organized Konfusion. The Queens, New Yorkers followed their self-titled 1991 LP with a sophomore joint featuring involvement from Q-Tip, O.C., Buckwild, and a young producer entering the scene named Rockwilder.


Within five years the group would split to pursue solo interests, though this Hollywood BASIC LP included powerful Heads-approved joints like “Black Sunday,” “Stress,” and the intricate storytelling wordplay of “Stray Bullet.”

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GrandGood reports that on January 27th, Po and Monche will celebrate 20 years of the album (well, almost) with a rare headlining concert appearance in New York City. At Brooklyn’s SRB, the duo will be joined by longtime affiliate O.C. (of D.I.T.C. fame) as well as Large Professor. Additionally, Cella Dwellas’ UG, DJ Eclipse, Q-Unique (The Arsonists), and Brown Bag AllStars will rock the stage, among others.

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