Hands down, one of the more overlooked acts of the early-to-mid 1990s was Organized Konfusion. The Queens-based duo of Pharoahe Monch and Prince Po recorded two of the best and most slept-on albums of the decade in Organized Konfusion and Stress: The Extinction Agenda. The latter album was host to a slew of strong material, most notably "Stress," which Monch discusses in the above interview with Distortion 2 Static. He particularly touches on the track's killer visuals, which you can check out below. I have always felt like Organized Konfusion was due for a reunion, even though their third album, The Equinox, was a pretty decent send-off. Here's hoping.
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