1. Album: The Best of Organized Konfusion / Original Release Date: Genre: Hip Hop/Rap. Song Duration: 5 min 32 sec. Fudge Pudge Organized Konfusion. Top Organized Konfusion Lyrics To The Essence Keep It Koming Invetro Intro Hate Decisions Confrontations Bring It .
  2. Artist: Organized Konfusion Genre: Hip Hop Release Date: Label: Hollywood Basic Catalog Number: Recording: Studio Length: Format: CD.
  3. Fudge Pudge by Organized Konfusion feat. O.C. - discover this song's samples, covers and remixes on WhoSampled.
  4. Organized Konfusion A ground-breaking duo out of Queens, Organized Konfusion changed the game with their hyper-intense lyrical mastery and complex but funky production. Formerly known as Simply 2 Positive, OK featured two of hip-hop's most inventive emcees: Pharoahe Monch and Prince Poetry.
  5. Track #2 from Organized Konfusion’s 1st self-titled album. It was also released as their second single. It’s the only song on the album which has a feature, being O.C. The song is actually O.C.’s.
  6. Notes This release has simularities with this: Organized Konfusion (Not On Label (Organized Konfusion)) 2xLP, Album, Unofficial. They have the same catalog number - though this is a single album release and not a 2xlp and has got 8 tracks on side A and 7 tracks on side B /5(16).
  7. Organized Konfusion is an alternative hip hop duo from Queens, New York. Though not commercially popular, the duo was one of the most respected and acclaimed underground hip hop acts of the s, largely due to the groundbreaking lyrics of Pharoahe Monch and Prince Poetry.
  8. Buy Organized Konfusion on vinyl & CD at Juno Records, the worlds largest dance music store. Organized Konfusion Organized Konfusion (LP) Hollywood Basic US. Cat: STH Rel: 01 Jan Hip Hop/R&B. Fudge Funk Organized Konfusion - "Fudge Pudge" Jazzy Bee - "Train" Played by: DJ Psycut. e-mail me when available.
  9. "Organized Konfusion" is arguably the first "underground" hip-hop album that was ever released due to it's cult status that has lived on since day one. At first, I wasn't sure if this was East Coast or West Coast rap. The brutal delivery and strong mic presence led me to believe that it /5(32).

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