Prince Po, from Organized Konfusion, on the Real: Inner-City Communities, What He Learned from Russell Simmons

In the latest episode of on the Real, Organized Konfusion’s Prince Po discusses what being a “neighbor” means when you grow up in the ghetto. Po also tells the story of how Russell Simmons made him and his rhyme-partner Pharoahe Monch change their group name, giving rise to Organized Konfusion.

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