Pharoahe Monch - P.T.S.D

Posted 2 years ago

Pharoahe Monch, the peerless lyricist and flowsmith who rose to fame as one-half of veteran duo Organized Konfusion, has unleashed his fourth solo studio album, P.T.S.D..

The project tells the story of an independent artist weary from the war against the industry machine, and his struggle as a black man in America. In addition to hard-hitting lead single "DAMAGE," the 17-track set features song release "Bad MF," which won a stunning 4.25-star average rating from our readers.

Black Thought, deNaUn, Dr. Pete and Talib Kweli are just a few of many heavyweight guests to join Monch throughout the album, which boasts production by the likes of Lee Stone, Marco Polo, Quelle Chris and The Stepkids.

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