Phesto and A-Plus describe how they met Adrian Younge and recall their career up to this point, calling it "humbling" and a "blessing."
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In 1995, Souls of Mischief members A-Plus, Opio, Phesto and Tajai joined forces with the other members of the Hieroglyphics crew including Del, Domino, Pep Love, and Casual to create a new independent label- Hieroglyphics Imperium- to publish and market the collective's, and individual members', releases.
Oakland's own Souls of Mischief sat down with VladTV and shared their thoughts on the recent killing of unarmed teen, Michael Brown in Ferguson, MO by police, and discussed the general pattern of police brutality against African-Americans in the United States.
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Souls Of Mischief: 'It's Like Catching Lightning In A Bottle':
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Souls of Mischief, the Oakland group most widely known for the ageless "93 'til Infinity," is, in many ways, the best of us. They are compassionate and kind and loose and sharp. They are artists. They work together. The quartet has long been intertwined with A Tribe Called Quest, and so Microphone Check cohost Ali Shaheed Muhammad. Souls has just released a new album, There Is Only Now, on which Ali appears as the narrator. He and his cohost, Frannie Kelley, spoke to three of the four members of the crew and to their producer on this project, Adrian Younge. — NPRContinue Reading