Organized Konfusion Talk About The Making Of Their Legendary Album "Stress: The Exctinction Agenda"

Organized Konfusion celebrate the making of their classic sophomore album.

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Tonight, Pharoahe Monch and Prince Po (also known as Prince Poetry) will hit the stage to celebrate the 20th anniversary of their defining sophomore album Stress: The Extinction Agenda

Before the show starts however, Organized Konfusion sat down with NahRight to talk about the making of the album.

The duo talk about their frustration with their label, which led to the distinctive attitude of the album which Pharoahe describes;

I was kind of feeling like the labels could’ve done a better job. So I was already starting with an attitude on some label shit. The first record actually did well, I just thought it should’ve done better. So moving on to the second [album], I just knew we had to go harder than we did the first time. 


Monch and Prince Po also describe the creation of the unforgettable album cover for Stress, which was drawn by Matt Doo; 


There is also an in depth track by track breakdown of the album, where the two rappers describe the creation of the whole album. The stories surrounding Stress: The Extinction Agenda only increase the legendary status of the album, which is still enjoyable 20 years later.

[via NahRight]

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