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Pharoahe Monch + Retrospek + Boom Vox + The Sickness + Nezze Ne + Big Kurt & Pk-30

This event occurs in the past, March 21 2011
472 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA   (view map)

Filed under: orchestral noise, 80s, rock, noise, alternative, hip hop, pop-rock, rap, underground hip-hop, power electronics, new york, hip-hop

Those who doubt that rap is an art form would do well to check out Queens-bred MC Pharoahe Monch. Not only did he go to high school with Mobb Deep’s Havoc and Prodigy, but he’s known for complex stylings and intricate, thoughtful lyrics. Dude is a goddamn linguist is what we’re saying. Monch spins his hip-hop poetry — along with a crew of MCs and rappers including Retrospek, Nezze Ne, and Big Kurt & PK-30 — for a show that’s sure to force you to “get the fuck up”

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Monch released three albums as part of the rap duo, Organized Konfusion with partner Prince Poetry: The self-titled Organized Konfusion, Stress: The Extinction Agenda and...

1) Sickness started in the early days of 1986-1987 as a tape-loop/ industrial project. Now, so many years later, it has grown into the infestation...

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