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Prince Po - Prettyblack

Prince Po Prettyblack
Prince Po - Prettyblack
(CD) Nasty Habits/Traffic Entertainment Group TEG2429, 2006-11-06

Tracklisting :
01. Intro
02. Prettyblack
03. Mecheti Lightspeed
04. Ask Me Feat. 2mex Of The Visionaires
05. Right 2 Know Feat. Chas West (Tribe Of Gypsies)
06. Holla (L. Boogie’s Theme) Feat. Presto (Gbg) & C.J.
07. Feel It 4 U
08. Breaknight
09. Family
10. Purple Kush Ritual Feat. China Black
11. Creep On It
12. Intalude
13. U Right Hear (J. Dilla Tribute) Feat. Concise Kilgore
14. The City Sleeps

Links : (official site)

Press Release :
Prince Po, the wirey, aggressive more gruff half of the beloved hip hop duo organized konfusion returns with the first offering off his sophomore solo opus entitled 'pretty black'. Prince, who grew up in the notorious southside jamaica projects in queens, new york, and long-time friend Troy Jamerson, aka Pharoahe Monch, partnered up to form an earlier incarnation of Organized, Simply 2 Positive, eventually signing to Hollywood Records in 1990. Prince and Monch only saw three albums as a team, closing out their final effort together, 'The Equinox', for Priority Records in 1997. 'Holla' produced by Po himself and the Madlib neck snapper Mecheti Lightspeed serve as the perfect intro to what 'pretty black' will offer, boasting the talents of Madlib, Large Professor, 2mex, Rockwilder and others.


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