Poor Rightgeous Teachers Unisex T-Shirt

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Poor Rightgeous Teachers Unisex T-Shirt

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Finally, a way to show your respect for some of the greatest icons, legends and pioneers that paved the way past and present. Rock this gear in style and bring back the moments that made you, memories they gave you and/or lessons they taught you. Scroll down for a history lesson with some of our favorite clips.

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  • 4.2 oz., 100% airlume combed and ringspun cotton
  • retail fit
  • unisex sizing
  • shoulder taping
  • side-seamed
  • pre-shrunk
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Poor Righteous Teachers – Rock Dis Funky Joint

 

Poor Righteous Teachers was a hip hop group from TrentonNew Jersey, founded in 1989. Often referred to as PRT by its fans, Poor Righteous Teachers was known as a pro-Black conscious hip hop group, with musical content inspired by the teachings of the Nation of Gods and Earths. Wise Intelligent, as the lead MC, was the most visible and well known member of the group. Culture Freedom provided backing vocals and production, and Father Shaheed served as a DJ and producer. About.com ranked the group’s lead MC, Wise Intelligent, number five on its list of the 10 Most Underrated Rappers, calling him “one of the most creative MCs of our time.”

PRT debuted in 1989 with the release of the single “Time to Say Peace” b/w “Butt Naked Booty Bless.” The trio released its first album, Holy Intellect, in 1990, amid a number of similarly pro-Black albums such as Public Enemy‘s Fear of a Black PlanetX-Clan‘s To the East, Blackwards, and Brand Nubian‘s One for All. While not as commercially successful as these albums, Holy Intellect received critical acclaim and spawned the group’s only major radio hit, “Rock Dis Funky Joint.” PRT returned in 1991 with its second album, Pure Poverty. The album was not as commercially successful as its debut, and was not as acclaimed. The lead single “Shakiyla (JRH)”, became a minor rap hit that year. The group’s third, and possibly most successful release to date, Black Business, was released in 1993. Sales were once again limited, but the album was a critical success. The album’s lead single, “Nobody Move”, received little radio airplay. After a three-year hiatus, PRT returned as a group in 1996 with its fourth album, The New World Order. Released in a new Hip Hop era, the album received little attention, failing to reach the Billboard 200 album chart. The album’s lead single, “Word Iz Life”, was barely able to reach the Hot Rap Singles chart, peaking at the chart’s lowest position, #50. Despite the lack of significant attention, the album, like its past releases, received significant acclaim.

In 2001, Poor Righteous Teachers dropped the rare underground release Declaration of Independence. In 2006, Cha-Ching Records released Rare & Unreleased, a compilation of rare Poor Righteous Teachers songs and remixes.

 

Poor Righteous Teachers – Shakiyla

Poor Righteous Teachers – Holy Intellect

 

Wise Intelligent of Poor Righteous Teachers

 

POOR RIGHTEOUS TEACHERS 1990 INTERVIEW (CLASSIC)

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UNISEX FIT & SIZE CHART

SIZEFITS CHESTLENGTH
XS34"27"
S36"28"
M40"29"
L44"30"
XL48"31"
2X52"32"
3X56"33"
4X62"34"
5x66"35"

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