Desire est le deuxième album studio de Pharoahe Monch, sorti le 26 juin 2007.L'album s'est classé 13e au Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums et 58e au Billboard 200.↑ (en) « Pharoahe Monch Desire Review », Allmusic (consulté le 13 juin 2012)↑ (en) « Pharoahe Monch Desire »,‎ HipHopDX (consulté le 13 juin 2012)↑ (en) « Pharoahe Monch :: Desire :: Street Records Corporation/Universal »,‎ RapReviews (consulté le 13 juin 2012)↑ (en) « Pharoahe Monch Desire »,‎ XXL (consulté le 13 juin 2012)↑ (en) « Pharoahe Monch Desire Awards », Allmusic (consulté le 12 juin 2012)

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  • Desire est le deuxième album studio de Pharoahe Monch, sorti le 26 juin 2007.L'album s'est classé 13e au Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums et 58e au Billboard 200.
  • Desire is the second solo album from hip hop artist Pharoahe Monch, released on June 26, 2007. The album comes eight years after the rapper's critically acclaimed solo debut, Internal Affairs, which followed the break-up of Monch's former group Organized Konfusion. After a short stint on Geffen Records, a number of labels began a bidding war for the rapper, including Eminem's Shady Records, Denaun Porter's Runyon Ave. Records, Bad Boy Records and Sony Records. In early 2006, it was announced that Pharoahe had signed a deal with Steve Rifkind's Street Records Corporation for the release of his second album. The first song released from the album was "Let's Go", produced by Black Milk. "Let's Go" was featured as the B-Side on the album's first proper single, "Push", released in September 2006. A music video for "Push" was also released in late September 2006, and has received play on MTV Base. The video is set in the New York City blackout of 1977. A ten minute internet-only video for the track "When the Gun Draws" was released exclusively to AllHipHop.com on January 3, 2007. Desire features production from Monch, longtime collaborator Lee Stone, The Alchemist, Denaun Porter, Black Milk and Sean C. Album guests include Erykah Badu and Denaun Porter. The single Desire is featured in the video game Madden 08.The album received critical acclaim, just like Internal Affairs. As of July 11, 2007, the album has sold 17,026 copies in the US.
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  • Deliver the Word de War
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  • Desire is the second solo album from hip hop artist Pharoahe Monch, released on June 26, 2007. The album comes eight years after the rapper's critically acclaimed solo debut, Internal Affairs, which followed the break-up of Monch's former group Organized Konfusion. After a short stint on Geffen Records, a number of labels began a bidding war for the rapper, including Eminem's Shady Records, Denaun Porter's Runyon Ave. Records, Bad Boy Records and Sony Records.
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