Pharoahe Monch, legendary Queens, New York rapper and founding member of the influential and highly regarded hip hop duo Organised Konfusion, makes his eagerly awaited return with the release of his brand new single, "Push" - September 11th .
Push, which was produced by the artist himself, features the classic horns of Tower Of Power as well as Pharoahe's twin vovalists Mela Machincko and Showtime.
Pharoahe, a founding member of the influential hip hop duo Organized Konfusion, along with partner Prince Poetry, recorded three albums, 1991's self-titled debut, 1994's Stress: The Extinction Agenda and 1997's The Equinox. Monch has since pursued a solo career and scored a huge global hit with the single "Simon Says" in the summer of 1999. The ensuing critically acclaimed album Internal Affairs cemented Monch's position as one of hip hop's most original and challenging lyricist/writers.
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