Organized Konfusion's Full Catalog Hits Streaming Services
By Kiani Shabazz
Queens duo, Organized Konfusion, is a staple of underground hip-hop music. With three studio albums to their name, Prince Po and Pharoahe Monch have become well respected among the alternative hip-hop community for their groundbreaking lyricism, storytelling, and boom-bap production.
On Wednesday (November 17), Organized Konfusion finally released their first two studio albums, 1991’s self-titled project and 1994’s Stress: The Extinction Agenda, to streaming services. Upon their original release, both albums were critically acclaimed, their debut receiving multiple perfect ratings from critics, including AllMusic, RapReviws, and a 4 Mic rating in The Source.
This adds to the list of ‘90s classics that are finally making it to DSPs. Earlier this year, Aaliyah’s catalog was added to all streaming services after years of a legal dispute between the late artist’s estate and Background Records. De La Soul also earned the rights to their masters earlier this year, prompting their catalog to make it to streaming services.
Make sure to stream Organized Konfusion’s catalog now available on streaming services. Stay tuned for more hip-hop news.