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Platinum Pied Pipers

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Platinum Pied Pipers
Platinum Pied Pipers performing in Atlanta, Georgia in 2008
Platinum Pied Pipers performing in Atlanta, Georgia in 2008
Background information
OriginDetroit, United States
GenresHip hop, R&B
Years active2000–present
LabelsUbiquity Records
MembersRobert "Waajeed" O'Bryant
Darnell "Saadiq" Bolden

Platinum Pied Pipers is a Detroit-based hip hop and R&B group composed of producer Waajeed (Robert O'Bryant), and multi-instrumentalist Saadiq (Darnell Bolden, not to be confused with Raphael Saadiq). Their music usually features a rotating and varied array of artists.


The two met through rapper Baatin in 1992. Sometime in 2000, they decided to form a duo and began releasing 12"s and mixtapes. It was their collaboration with Dwele in 2003, however, called "Ridin' High" which caught the ears of music listeners, and set the stage for a full-length album. The pair have a rather distinctive mixture of sounds as, although Waajeed is primarily a hip hop producer, Saadiq is a protégé of Motown producer Barrett Strong, making for a finely tuned middleground. As stated in interviews, the name "Platinum Pied Pipers" was chosen at random and has no connection to the Pied Piper folk tale. Since Detroit is their hometown, they have said that the city is very important to them.[1]

Triple P

Their debut album Triple P was released in 2005 on Ubiquity Records and received a large amount of praise from people such as Gilles Peterson, and Questlove, who claimed to have listened to the album seven times in a row. LA Weekly made it their "Pick of the Week" and said "While [Waajeed] made hip-hop for the streets with his act Slum Village, he's now making intergalactic soul with PPP... the Triple P's debut for Ubiquity has created a buzz in the air and a tremble on the dance floor".

Other album highlights include a Latin-fueled version of “50 Ways to Leave Your Lover” featuring Rogiérs of Fibby Music, and a track with Detroit rapper Invincible.

Their newest album Abundance was released January 20, 2009.[2] Wajeed stated: "...our tastes have changed—times have changed. It’s definitely a different record, but there are still a lot of similarities."[3]



  • Triple P - (2005, Ubiquity)
  • Abundance - (2009, Ubiquity)



  1. ^ [1] Archived February 11, 2009, at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ Cowie, Del F. (2009-01-22). "PPP's Home Audio System". Retrieved 2015-12-25.
  3. ^ "L.A. Record". L.A. Record. 2008-02-28. Retrieved 2015-12-25.

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