Prince Paul is the true definition of a Hip-Hop originator. From his beginnings with live hip-hop pioneers Stetsasonic, to producing for innovative acts like 3rd Bass and De La Soul, to forming the “horrorcore” collective Gravediggaz, all the way to his Handsome Boy Modeling School venture alongside fellow producer Dan The Automater, Paul has always tested musical boundaries. He’s also had success in the realm of comedy, having produced multiple Grammy-winning albums for comedian Chris Rock. Now, Paul is back to explore new ground with his latest project Negroes On Ice, a comedy/Hip-Hop album created with his son P. Forreal. Much in style of Paul’s acclaimed opus A Prince Among Thieves, Negroes On Ice seemlessly blends music and storytelling, resulting in a hilarious, head-nodding listening experience. Initially a highly successful traveling show, Negroes On Ice is now a Prince Paul-produced concept album that chronicles a father and a son who find common ground through rap, humorously highlighting different schools of thought amongst the generations.