Mass Appeal Proves “De La Soul Is NOT Dead” In New Documentary

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If you haven’t heard by now, De La Soul is back and stronger than ever. Their first album in 12 years And The Anonymous Nobody has already hit #1 on the Billboard rap charts within a few short weeks since its release. Although its been a decade since the group made real noise with their music, true hip-hop heads, who’ve been fans since “Me, Myself, & I” first dropped in 1989 via Tommy Boy Records, will appreciate a phenomenal story about the group’s most pivotal moments of their career.

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Mass Appeal’s latest documentary “De La Soul Is NOT Dead” starts off at the beginning of it all when Dave, Posdnuos, DJ Maseo, and producer Prince Paul first met in high school. After we become acquainted with their roots at Amityville Memorial high School in Long Island, NY, the group describes their come-up before and after Prince Paul parted ways with the trio. They also reflect on the 25-year anniversary of their sophomore album De La Soul Is Dead and twenty years of Stakes Is High, which is their first album without Prince Paul.

Take a trip back into time and relive De La Soul’s lengthy career with Mass Appeal’s new documentary below.