Pharoahe Monch – Jazz Cafe Monday 16th March 2015

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Mama Group & The Doctor’s Orders presents

Pharoahe Monch

Plus support from Spin Doctor

7pm – 11pm Monday 16th March 2015
@ The Jazz Cafe, Parkway, Camden, London NW1

Advance Tickets – £16.50

More Info & Tickets – www.thedoctorsorders.com

Don’t miss this opportunity to see the legendary Pharoahe Monch, an extremely talented, politically conscious Hip Hop artist that will get the crowd jumping when he performs live at Camden’s famous The Jazz Café in March!

The Queens, NY MC has been around since the early 90s when he was one half of seminal hip-hop duo Organized Konfusion. Highly respected and acclaimed in the underground scene, responsible for classic albums like ‘Stress: The Extinction Agenda’. Monch released his impeccable solo debut ‘Internal Affairs’ (1999) on Rawkus Records, a label which helped to ignite the careers of artists like Mos Def and Talib Kweli, who he has worked with amongst other well known artists such as Busta Rhymes, Common, Erykah Badu and Black Thought.

Pharoahe is as exciting as ever today. His 2014 album ‘PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder)’ details his battles with the record industry and against severe depression. Monch “narrates as an independent artist weary from the war against the industry machine and through the struggle of the black male experience in America” and triumphs as a lyrically talented, politically conscious rapper with an inspiring message during a time of chain-swanging trap-pop and braggalicious dance rap. In his words, “To get in there and put my fuckin’ soul on these songs…that’s what it’s about”

So get yourself down to The Jazz Cafe to join him as he does exactly that!

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