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Old 07-27-2005, 08:21 AM   #16
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In addition to his work with the Gravediggaz, Prince Paul is most famous for producing the first three De La Soul albums (3 Feet High+Rising, De La Soul Is Dead, Buhloone Mindstate) but he has done mad shit for mad people (Big Daddy Kane, Biz Markie, Last Emperor, etc.). He also has a few solo albums (phsycoanalysis, Prince Among Thieves, Itstrumentals) and works with fellow producer Dan The Automator on two albums under the name Handsome Boy Modeling School (So...How's Your Girl?, White People).
Don't forget that Prince Paul started out in Stetsasonic along with Frukwan, Daddy-O, MC Delite & DBC. He's recently been producing for his latest potege MC Paul Barman and too much other stuff to name...

His second solo album 'A Prince Among Thieves' is one of the truly great hip-hop albums. The whole thing runs like a film, and a fuckin good film at that - remember Prince Paul invented the skit with De La Soul's '3 Feet High And Rising'.

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besides rza, truemaster, prince paul(outro) and 4th disciple... Poetic(unexplained, elimnation process, repentance day), Darkim(12 jewelz), Goldfingaz(fairytalez, never gonna come back), and Frukwan(deadliest biz) aslo produced tracks on the album.
Goldfingaz - The producer that mysteriously disappeared around '98. It's a real shame, because tracks like Fairytalez and one I've forgotten the name of by Scaramanga had sick beats. He should have stuck with RZA.

On that subject, what happened to RNS? He was RZA's mentor and co-produced Diary Of A Madman as well as the all the GP Wu stuff and a load of Shyheim stuff, but I aint heard anything of him in years.
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Old 07-27-2005, 03:36 PM   #18
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No, there was no beef between Prince Paul and RZA as far as I know. They have collaborated a couple of times since then, once on the Last Emperor song "He Lives" which features RZA and was produced by Prince Paul and also on the most recent HBMS album, where RZA rips two verses on "A Day In The Life" with AG. Plus, as I said before Prince Paul did appear in the album pictures and in their video. I don't think Paul would do that type of stuff if he wasn't feeling what they were doing, whether he was involved or not.
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