Download Prince SAMO’s Album Street Viceroy


To talk about Queens’ Prince SAMO it’s worth first mentioning Organized Konfusion, the frequently overlooked duo from New York’s golden era of rap dominance. Both Prince Po and Pharoahe Monch’s voices work as a conduit for packing dense wordplay and weird turns of phrase into small spaces, their voices rising and stuttering like they’re possessed. Prince SAMO has some of that in him as well—he always sounds like he is about to burst in half, skirting the edge of barely controlled anger. Considering the fact that there’s a whole crop of new young dudes reverently looking to New York’s early to mid-’90s, SAMO seems to have realized that he needs a little more than a crackly horn loop and a couple key lyrics about smoking blunts in stairwells to stand apart, though those things appear as well (and are more than welcome).

Download: Prince SAMO, Street Viceroy

POSTED November 6, 2012 11:52AM IN MP3 / STREAMS Comments (7) TAGS:




  1. jonjon - LOST ONES says:

    W O W

  2. joo says:

    illest mixtape around

  3. whiteguy says:

    How fucking dare you compare this trash to Organized Confusion. You need to go home and listen to them again and then repent for your sins douche.

  4. Jehdy says:

    This mixtape is ODDDDDDDDDDDD good! ^^^^^^^ This whiteguy is a tool bag.

  5. Rodney p says:

    Asian guy killed it

  6. superduty says:

    ^^^^ Whiteguy is on the right track tbh, the only comparison to Organized is the vocal sample from “bring it on”

  7. Sam Hockley-Smith says:

    @whiteguy: Believe it or not, sometimes people sound somewhat similar to each other. It happens. A lot of people make a lot of music. Using something as a reference point doesn’t imply that one is better than the other.