In the latest episode of Digital Dynasty TV (DDTV), we sit down with New York rap legend Pharoahe Monch, where we discuss his history in hip-hop.
In episode #1, Tha Advocate asks him about his early musical inspirations, what his first rap was like, what high school was like for the emcee, garnering attention from the 1999 single “Simon Says,” and much more.
Monch also touches on Rawkus Records, today’s lyrical climate, and even his first job.
DDTV was created by Tha Advocate to add a visual aspect to the Digital Dynasty mixtape series. DDTV is a joint venture between Tha Advocate, Ballerstatus.com and Monstar Films. It aims to give you a personal look into some of hip-hop artists’ lives and careers.