(AllHipHop News) There are a lot of great Hip Hop albums celebrating their 20 year anniversary in 2014. Among the noted projects that have reached the two decade milestone is Organized Konfusion’s Stress: The Extinction Agenda.
In an exclusive interview with AllHipHop.com, Pharoahe Monch says his sophomore LP with groupmate Prince Poe will be re-released this year as an instrumental project. Stress included production by the duo, Buckwild, and Rockwilder.
That instrumental collection is just one upcoming project from the native New Yorker. Monch also reveals he is teaming with singer/instrumentalist Georgia Anne Muldrow on a collaborative effort as well.
We’ve doing some spot dates for the 20th anniversary of the Stress album. We did a show in New York. We’re doing a 4/20 show in L.A., and we’re releasing a Stress album instrumental as a twenty year special thing. As far as recording a new album, I don’t even think Pharoahe Monch is going to be doing another traditional album. I’m going to drift more to projects.
I’m working on a project with Georgia Anne Muldrow and different specialty s**t. It allows me to be even more experimental than I already am without having to combine this long-playing thing. I feel like I can get the fans more music that way.
In the immediate future, Monch’s 4th solo album PTSD: Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is dropping on April 15th. PTSD features appearances by Talib Kweli, Black Thought, deNaUn, and Dr. Pete.