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The Pharoahe Monch Episode (FanBrosShow No. 48)

Pharoahe Monch

 

Yes you read that right, Pharoahe Monch the esteemed lyricist and founding member of Organized Konfusion joins us in the spaceship to discuss his FanBro credentials, as well as his new album PTSD, and many more topics on yet another classic episode. Listen as we delve into the Donald Sterling fiasco, what television show was directly responsible for inspiring Pharoahe Monch’s latest album, and how anyone can suffer from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and what it means for this generation to be suffering under Social Media Disorder. Also we find out what led to the making of the PTSD steampunk album cover so make sure you go out and cop Pharoahe Monch it now now, one of my favorite albums of the year and your inner FanBro will definitely geek out when you give it a listen.

  • I have a confession about Phahroe Monch. I thought he was a R&B singer ala Anthony Hamilton. Because the first record I heard was “the life” with Styles P. I than went back and heard Simon Says and my mind was blown. I than went back and heard Simon Says and I been a fan ever since.

    • Tatiana

      Yeah it’s shocking what Pharoahe is musically capable of! Just some great work

  • You guys forgot to mention my guy Oscar Isaac. Representing for Latinos in a galaxy far far away.

    • Tatiana

      Ah we’ll have to remember that for next time!