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Prince Paul

organik

TRIBE Member
Just a heads up to this event.

DOIN' IT featuring...
PRINCE PAUL



Prince Paul began his prolific musical career with legendary Brooklyn rappers Stetsasonic, but it wasn’t until he was enlisted in the production of De La Soul’s debut album 3 Feet High And Rising that he would be recognized for the eclectic sound he is known for. Paul’s sound is a masterfully mixed collage of everything from funky soul, old school tracks, breakbeats to samples from children’s records. In addition to the aforementioned, Paul was part of super-group The Gravediggaz (with Wu-Tang's RZA) and most recently The Handsome Boy Modelling School (with Dan The Automator). He has also released some of hip-hop’s most ground-breaking albums: Psychoanalysis, A Prince Of Thieves and Politics Of The Business.

Saturday January 17, 2003
Klinik @ The Sound Emporium (360 Adelaide Street West - backdoor)
Tickets are $15 in advance and are available at:
Play da Record, Rotate This, Vice, Sonic Temple, Shanti Baba and Ed’s Record World
Doors 10:00 p.m., 19+ with I.D.
 

terrawrist III

TRIBE Member
I'll pass it up this time round...a lil' more intimate perhaps but his show at the opera house was seriously lacking...and I still can't grasp the fact that a sub-par Acey closed the show

with him you KNOW what to expect but you don't as well...those who haven't seen him are in for a treat
 
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HMHA

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missed that show, but i'm a fan of aceyalone. though, i can't imagine him closing the show..
 
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