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Pharoahe Monch returns
Pharoahe Monch's long-awaited follow-up to Internal Affairs will finally see the light of day after a bidding war ended with Street Records Corporation as the last label standing. "He's been around for a long time," SRC founder Steve Rifkind told Billboard. "I heard his music and pretty much signed him on the spot." Rifkind, who also founded Loud Records, edged out Sony and Eminem's Shady Records for Monch's services. Monch, whose solo debut was released on Rawkus in 1999, plans to release his sophomore album, titled Desire, later this year. He also dropped three albums with Prince Poetry as Organized Konfusion. Latest news...

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