Souls Of Mischief
In 1995, Souls of Mischief members A-Plus, Opio, Phesto and Tajai joined forces with the other members of the Hieroglyphics crew including Del, Domino, Pep Love, and Casual to create a new independent label- Hieroglyphics Imperium- to publish and market the collective's, and individual members', releases.
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OCWeekly published an article "Souls of Mischief Remain DIY" including interviews, group history, and talks about their upcoming album with Adrian Younge

» Read the Article "Souls of Mischief Remain DIY" on OCWeekly!


Hip-hop, just like other genres, hasn't really boasted many groups that have stayed together for decades. Attitudes and personalities flare and clash. Sophomore slumps come about and albums flop. Reunion tours showcase an act that's limp and uninspired. However, 38 year-old Tajai Massey (who goes simply by Tajai) and the Souls of Mischief crew appear to be a glaring exception.

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"Recently Souls Of Mischief played the Rifflandia Festival in Victoria and even though two members were notably missing (Opio & A-Plus), they still held it down for their fans and kept the legacy of ’93′ Till Infinity’ alive and well."  - Spliff Breaks

Here's a video of Tajai and Phesto Dee performing '93 'Til Infinity' at Rifflandia this weekend, although they were short two members, they got the entire crowd amped up! Shoutout to PudsBrand, Lotus Eaters Films, and INEO Studios for providing the video.

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» Listen to the Souls of Mischief interview on RBMA Radio


There was something strangely prophetic to Souls Of Mischief’s debut LP 93 ’til Infinity, and few groups in hip hop have shown the kind of longevity that the Cali group have demonstrated. Inspired at college by rap heroes like Run DMC and Grandmaster Flash, Tajai and A-Plus met Phesto, rolling with the OG posse Rhythm & Excellence before Opio joined, before Dante Ross at Jive suggested a name change.

It was as Souls Of Mischief that they settled into their true identity, delivering their stand-out debut in 1993. Like many acts that taste success with their first record, the Souls went on to establish their own independent collective as part of Hieroglyphics, with fellow like-minded emcees Del Tha Funky Homosapien, Pep Love, Casual, JayBiz and producer Domino. This strength of community gave everyone control over their musical output, and meant that the Souls could concentrate on what they’ve always excelled at: capturing the nuances and drama of everyday life in smart turns of phrase, and being the closest thing to an underground super group that the west coast had.

They continue to press on to this day, not just representing the 90s underground, but inspiring a whole new generation of rugged Cali afro-futurists like Odd FutureCo$$, and Black Hippy.


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Max Bell, LA Weekly

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Great review of the Still Infinity Tour show at the El Rey by LA Weekly. Souls of Mischief have two shows in Canada this week:

- Wednesday @ Commonwealth Bar & Stage - (Get tickets)

- Thursday @ VENUE. - (Get tickets)

After they make their way to Seattle, WA, they'll be hitting the stage at Kaleidoscope Music Festival! Check out tour dates & information on!

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There's only a few more dates left on Souls of Mischief's 20th year anniversary Still Infinity Tour! Tonight they are in Flagstaff, AZ at the Green Room before hitting Phoenix tomorrow night at Club Red! They will be joined by A-1 for these dates, and the following shows in Solana Beach & Los Angeles, CA. 

» Get tickets for upcoming Still Infinity Tour Dates now at!

Souls of Mischief have been doing this for 20 years. Check out this Yo! MTV Raps live performance from 1993:

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Frank 151 & Tajai have released their second article of 'Souls of Mischief's Still Infinity Tour Diary'. Topics include observing the reactions of the Trayvon Martin verdict in different states in the nation, the commitment to Ramadan while on tour, and tour highlights and memories. Read some exerpts from the article below, but make sure to read the full scoop!

» Read Tajai x Frank 151's 'Souls of Mischief's Still Infinity Tour Diary: Week 2'!

"For those of you unfamiliar with the principal of Ramadan, it's essentially an annual observance of Islam where Muslims worldwide have to fast daily for an entire month between dawn and sunset. It's already a sacrifice most of us would never be willing to make, but imagine having the dedication to stick with it, even amidst a 50-date rap tour? That's what our homie Tajai of Souls of Mischief is currently dealing with, smack-dab in the middle of their 20th anniversary Still Infinity Tour, wrapping August 25."

 - Frank 151

"Overall, I have felt the entire gamut of emotions during this fast, often at extreme levels. I have seen the senseless destruction of property in my home city through social media and news, and that saddens me. I have also seen the positive, peaceful protests throughout the nation and that gives me hope that dialogue on the poor state of race relations in America is being sparked. Somewhere between these extremes I hope that we all are able to sit back, reflect, and see the beauty of life and how we all can nurture and develop TOGETHER. Hip Hop was created in that spirit. "

- Tajai (Souls of Mischief / Hieroglyphics)

» If you haven't heard it already, listen & support Hieroglyphics' new album "The Kitchen"!

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