Black P.R.O.F.I.T.
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Black P.R.O.F.I.T.


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The album is SICK my man...Keep It Progressive!!! - Anthony Demby- Manager (John Legend)


Black PROFIT is everything his name embodies. He's a creative and intelligent lyricist, who represents his culture to the fullest. He's a real individual who speaks from concrete experiences that have molded him, not fairytale lifestyles of gangster movies. His storytelling ability is fluid and captivating, and laced with important social commentary. All of this is packaged into an superior delivery that can entertain the most hard core hip hop head, or a random music enthusiast. Honestly, Black PROFIT is one of my favorite artists.
- DJ Tantrum (Tech-Sons DJ Squad)

""Carpe Diem" Album Review (Excerpt)"

2006 was a rough year for hip-hop. With the exception of Talib Kweli's re-emergence, Lupe Fiasco's debut, and the ridiculously slept-on "Game Theory", there was not much to get excited about. And while you knew he was going to
bring fire, I began to believe Nas when he said "Hip Hop is Dead".

Toward the end of the year though, Ced Frazier, Black P.R.O.F.I.T. (People Rise Over Falsely Instilled Thoughts) released his third album, "Carpe Diem". With this effort, Black has ascended from "this cat has potential" status to "you have to hear this!". With a near-perfect mix of punchlines and deep thought, P.R.O.F.I.T. has joined the other four artists to put out one of the five best Hip-Hop albums of 2006.
- Akaash Singh


2005- "Altar Call"
2006- "Carpe Diem"
2007- "Why am I Not Signed Vol. 1" (Mixtape)

Radio Airplay

KXUA 88.3 FM (Fayetteville, AR)
KPFT 90.1 FM (Houston, TX)
89.5 FM (Galveston, TX)


Best New Hip-Hop Artist (Nominated)
2007 Northwest Arkansas Music Awards (NAMAs)



In the midst of a hip hop landscape littered with misogynistic, materialistic, and egomaniacal artists ascends a trailblazing, yet humble emcee. Black P.R.OF.I.T. (BP), a 26 year-old native of Houston, Texas and law school graduate, combines lyrical versatility with brutal honesty and introspection, a quality inspired by arguably the most celebrated and respected rapper of all time: Tupac Shakur. P.R.O.F.I.T., People Rise Over Falsely Instilled Thought. Imagine, an artist who doesn’t curse, avoids the use of the infamously popular “N” word, but drops verses full of candor and raw human emotion. However, don’t mistake BP’s forthcoming and transparent nature for weakness. He more than welcomes any and all challengers who dare to test his magnificent mic skills. The man can flow. Here’s an interesting tidbit; Black P.R.O.F.I.T. doesn’t write out his lyrics. He maintains that amazing ability to store a multitude of information in memory, demonstrating an exceptional mental capacity. BP possesses a confident, yet even-keeled demeanor which will only prove to provide him with a music career ripe with success and longevity.