Prince Paul

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Originally a member of the self-proclaimed hip hop band Stetsasonic, Prince Paul produced De La Soul's 1989 debut album "Three feet high and rising". After two more albums, he left them, putting together two brilliant solo projects, namely "Psychoanalysis what is it" and the hip hop opera "A prince among thieves" featuring rappers from Big Daddy Kane to Everlast. Paul teamed up with Dan the Automator to form the Handome Boy Modeling School; their album "So... how's your girl?" featured prominent names from Sean Lennon to Del Tha Funkee Homosapien. In the year 2000, Paul produced "I hope I sell a lot of records at Christmastime" by Princess Superstar.