Pharoahe Monche and Prince Po will be giving fans a second chance to see them onstage together as Organized Konfusion tonight (September 25).
The duo, who put out three albums in the 90s (1991’s Self-Titled debut, 1994’s Stress: The Extinction Agenda and The Equinox in 1997), originally reunited to perform during August’s All Point’s West festival in New Jersey, but Pharoahe tells XXLMag.com that the star-studded show’s price tag turned off their core audience.
“That was incredible, but there was a crazy rain storm during that performance so this is a chance for the personal fans to come through to a local show at a more personal venue,” Monche told XXL. “Those [All Points West] tickets were so pricey because there were so many acts and it was a festival. Tickets were supposed to be $250, so the people that wanted to see Organized were kinda outpriced.”
Organized will be joined by DJ JS-1 and fellow 90s outfit Poor Righteous Teachers at New York City’s B.B. Kings Blues Club & Grill tonight at 11 p.m. Tickets can be purchased online at the club’s website or at the venue. –Jesse Gissen