In a post on Souls Of Mischief’s official Instagram account, the group shared a flyer for the upcoming event which will take place at the Novo in Lost Angeles on August 13.
Dubbed a “special performance,” the one-night-only show will see the three groups each perform their landmark album in its entirety: 93 ‘Til Infinity (Souls Of Mischief), Bizarre Ride II (The Pharcyde), and 21 & Over (Tha Alkaholiks).
Check out the show flyer below and get tickets here.
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Souls Of Mischief — which comprises A-Plus, Opio, Phesto, and Tajai — have had a busy year. The foursome announced back in February they would also be going on an anniversary tour in celebration of their debut album, which was released 30 years ago.
The world tour kicked off in March in Bristol, United Kingdom. The trek includes 93 dates around the globe, and so far has included shows in London, Amsterdam, Berlin, Stockholm, Paris, and Athens. The European tour stop ended back in April in Sofia, Bulgaria.
Last month, the group began the North American leg in Monterey, California. They also plan to make pit stops in big cities like Toronto, New York City, Washington D.C., Atlanta, Kansas City, Memphis, San Antonio, San Francisco, Phoenix, Los Angeles, and more.
The Souls, who, along with Del Tha Funkee Homosapien, Casual, Pep Love, DJ Tourē, and producer Domino formed the Hieroglyphics collective, released their debut album, 93 ‘Til Infinity, on February 13, 1993, via Jive Records.
Celebrated for its internal rhyme schemes, live bass beats, and obscure jazz and funk samples, the album spawned the singles “That’s When Ya Lost,” “Never No More,” and the LP’s groundbreaking title track. Acting as an apt metaphor for the album’s enduring appeal, the latter is still an essential cut for any rap fan.