They joined forces and decided to stick with the Frek Sho tag. They soon realized they had more than just a way for a group of friends to make a mental escape from the cold winters – they had a winning sound. Shortly after forming the group, they flew to Vancouver to lay down the hammer on an unsuspecting crowd and fellow competitors at Vancouver’s 1994 Sound Wars Battle. The boys from the ’Peg took home second place. From there on it was time to work harder.
By 1995 they were playing right beside some of the country’s biggest stars with an opening spot on the Rapcity Hip-Hop Explosion, Canada’s first official sponsored hip-hop tour featuring the Rascalz, K-OS and Ghetto Concept. Since then they’ve crisscrossed Canada on four national tours, played gigs in San Diego and opened for some of their home town’s largest concerts, including Pharcyde. Only two years after its inception, the Prairie Posse managed to become the first group from Manitoba to release a video. 1996’s Patience spent a lot of time on the B-rotation on Much Music. Since Patience, the group had kept on with producing more music, coming up with Sho & Tell, Mocean, People In Your Neighbourhood and the single Kingpin Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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