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Prince Po

Prince Po
Also known as Prince Poetry
Prince Poahflow
Born 1969
Origin United States
Genres Alternative hip hop
Occupations Rapper
Years active 1991-present
Labels Lex Records
Nasty Habits Entertainment
Associated acts Organized Konfusion

Prince Po (born Lawrence Baskerville) is an American rapper. He is a founder of Nasty Habits Entertainment.

History

Prince Po is a former member of the rap duo Organized Konfusion with Pharaohe Monch.[1] Following the separation of Organized Konfusion after their 1997 album The Equinox, Prince Po met underground hip hop producer Danger Mouse in 2002. Prince Po then signed to the Warp Records subsidiary Lex Records in 2004. He released the first solo album The Slickness and three EPs on Lex Records. The album is produced by Danger Mouse, J-Zone, Jel, Madlib and Richard X.

He released Saga of the Simian Samurai, a collaborative album with TOMC3, in 2007.[2]

Discography

Albums

EPs

  • Hold Dat (2004)
  • Bump Bump (2004)
  • Social Distortion (2004)
  • X Files EP (2009)

Organized Konfusion

Guest appearances

References

  • Prince Po Music and Bio
  • 2004 UK Hip-Hop Interview with Prince Po

External links

  • Prince Po's Personal Facebook Page

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