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Album Review

The last words on Prinz Pi's 2011 album Rebell Ohne Grund serve as a segue into his follow-up record: "Tschüss Deutscher rap — hallo musik, ich bin da!" ("Goodbye German rap — hello music, I'm here!"). Hallo Musik, which carries the subtitle "Neue Akustische Aufnahmen Alter Songs" ("New Acoustic Recordings of Old Songs"), rearranges 13 of Prinz Pi's songs ("Keine Liebe" is included in two versions), and even though the new recordings neither abandon rap nor are entirely acoustic, the new instrumentation — bass, drums, guitars, and keyboards — offers a fresh perspective on some of Pi's most popular songs (six of which could originally be heard on Rebell Ohne Grund).


Born: 23 October 1979 in Berlin, Germany

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

One of the leading artists on the German rap scene, Prinz Pi is the stage name for Friedrich Kautz. Born on October 23, 1979 in Berlin-Charlottenberg, Kautz studied at Steglitz and was proficient in language skills, especially Greek and Latin, before turning his attention to hip-hop. Kautz began rhyming about contemporary social and political issues, conspiracy theories, and the economic divide between the wealthy and the poor. Adopting the alias Prinz Porno (he's also recorded as Doc Murdock, Doc...
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