With their collaborative album Animal Serum now in stores everywhere, Prince Po and Oh No are debuting the latest music video off the project: the hard-hitting “1st Word To What Was Last Said”. Animal Serum features appearances from Pharoahe Monch, Sadat X, O.C., Roc C, Saafir, and more, and is now available at physical and [cont.]
Organized Konfusion reunites on the latest single from Prince Po and Oh No’s new album Animal Serum.
Prince Po dropped by the Toca Tuesdays studio, and while he was there Tony Touch played a beat for Prince Po to freestyle over.
One thing that Prince Po and Oh No have shared throughout their respective careers is being overshadowed by their peers. Pharoahe Monch always stole the show from Po during the Organized Konfusion days, while Oh No lived in the shadow of his older brother, Madlib. However both have carved out respectable individual fanbases for themselves, [cont.]
This is the music video for the song Machine Rages by Prince Po and produced by Oh No from the new album Animal Serum available Feb 4, 2014 through Wandering Worx and GreenStreets. The video is directed by Hayden Baptiste.
Prince Po and Oh No’s Animal Serum LP is out today, which features another new Organized Konfusion reunion cut, also featuring Omar Credle.
Prince Po of Organized Konfusion links up with West Coast producer Oh No on “Toxic,” off their upcoming collaborative album Animal Serum. Album hits stores everywhere on February 4th 2014 via Wandering Worx / Greenstreets.
As one half of seminal hip hop duo Organized Konfusion, Prince Po helped elevate lyricism and shape the art form for years to come. After partnering with Danger Mouse for his classic solo debut, Po is now back with Animal Serum, entirely produced by West Coast beatsmith Oh No. The younger brother of beat god [cont.]
From Marco Polo’s forthcoming LP, PA 2: The Director’s Cut. With this track, Marco Polo accomplishes what no one else has been able to pull off in over a decade–reunite Organized Konfusion. Since the duo disbanded in 1997, there has been no new OK material and every few years or so the usual “reunion rumors” [cont.]
ONE-TAKE, the Kings County-based producer launches his Brooklyn Bourne Records imprint with the release of his first single “Man Vs. Machine”, featuring Prince Po, UG (of Cella Dwellas) and Animosity. The single, which is available for stream can now be purchased through all major digital retailers.
Directed by John Reps. Available now via Itunes.
Taken from Prince Po of Organized Konfusion (Pharoahe Monch & Prince Po) and D-Strong’s Get Off The Playground EP on Digi Crates/Domination Recordings) available now @ iTunes, Amazon, eMusic, Napster, Juno Download etc. LISTEN: Prince Po (Organized Konfusion) + D-Strong – “Get Off The Playground” LISTEN: Prince Po (Organized Konfusion) + D-Strong – “Get Off [cont.]
If it wasn’t for Prince Po’s guest spot on Danger Mouse & Jemini’s Ghetto Pop Life last year (“Copy Cats”) it would have been safe to assume for most heads that Po fell off the face of the earth. Compared to his ex-Organized Konfusion partner in rhyme, Pharaohe Monch, Po has taken a bit longer to [cont.]
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