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what had happend was ...

For those of us that were down with three 6 around the time of "when the smoke clears" and earlier, we remember tracks that were really similar to this album. I call that time the golden years of memphis rap. Scarfo and the rest of the crew have brought back something special: high-energy crunk tracks with a posse feel--that is, a group dynamically attacking a topic. Where three 6 fell off, Scarfo and the rest of the folks resurected something that I thought was lost forever. Check out both albums!!!

The Posse is back!!!

I have listened to the posse for some time now and I am glad to see them back in action as a team on one album. It seems they only get better! I wish Itunes would get some of their other work on here as well....I recomend #7 Prophet Posse, # 10 Play No Games and #29 Orange Mound. Classic sounds with a fresh view and lyrics. If you are not familiar with Prophet Posse , then that is a good place to start.

Nice Return

Nicky Scarfo returns with the old prophet posse clan. This cd is much better than the first version. Lord Infamous and Koopsta Knicca rip it as usual. Best song on the disc is Orange Mound by far. A must have for Memphis Rap fans.

Biography

Formed: Memphis, TN

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s

A Three 6 Mafia offshoot, Prophet Posse features members of that Memphis, TN, group -- Gangsta Boo, Indo G, Koopsta Knicca -- along with many of their Southern and Midwest peers. Masterminds Juicy "J" and DJ Paul play a large role in the group, both because of their musical contributions and also because the group is named after their Prophet label. Their...
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