Pharoahe Monch embarked on his solo career on October 19, 1999, with the release of Internal Affairs, marking the first time we saw him without his former Organized Konfusion partner, Prince Po. This week, the Kennedy Center will host a two-day event in celebration 20th anniversary of the classic release by way of a panel […]
Pharoahe Monch broke out on his own in 1999 after three acclaimed albums with his former group, Organized Konfusion with his debut solo album, Internal Affairs. After the album was pulled from shelves due to a sampling clearance issue, the album will be released again to streaming platforms and on vinyl to commemorate the album’s […]
The highlighted clip in today’s Daily Visuals comes from Skepta, a veteran Grime artist and rapper from across the pond.
Pharoahe Monch has let ample time go between his last release, PTSD: Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, for fans to demand more from the philosophical MC. On that treble note, Monch shrewdly develops a way to renew what is longstanding–sort of like love unions–with a special compilation mixtape for Valentine’s Day titled Lost in Translation.
TLC recently claimed it’s not difficult “to sell sex.” That may be true but that doesn’t make it any less fun to occasionally dibble and dabble in.
Pharoahe Monch’s PTSD: Post Traumatic Stress Disorder LP is a heavy, emotional roller coaster that’s as descriptive as it’s thought provoking. “Broken Again,” a softer record that displays the range of song types on the project, receives a proper visual treatment.
Coalmine Records steps up to the plate and delivers a presummer rap’s dream with their new compilation Unearthed. Where else can you find Royce Da 5’9″, Pharoahe Monch, Torae, Rah Digga and more under one roof?
On this week’s episode of The Combat Jack Show, the gang connect with one of Hip-Hop’s most prolific MCs, Pharoahe Monch. Representing Queens to the fullest, the veteran poet elaborated on the inspiration behind his P.T.S.D. album and more.
Pharoahe Monch has gotten his Enlightenment back this year, coming off the heels of his incredibly strong album, PTSD: Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. With the LP pressed up, packaged and in stores, the uncanny wordsmith still has verses to spare so he linked up with Coalmine Records to properly represent for Record Store Day this […]
If you’re a Pharoahe Monch supporter, the date of April 15 doesn’t just mean tax day to you in the slightest.
Gemini’s are renowned for their two-sided personas but Pharoahe Monch, a Scorpio, possesses the undisputed duality of being one of Hip-Hop’s best raw talents as well as one its biggest enigmas.