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"Prohaize American Visa"

... - Peace Magazine Blog


"Your Music REUP (11.21.12)"

... - RE-UP Spot Music Blog


"Prohaize - American Visa [Audio]"

This single will kick off Prohaize's upcoming project African Born, American Raised Mixtape. I'm looking forward to hearing this project. Based on the title and the intro, Prohaize seems to have an interesting story to tell. - Because I Love Hip Hop Blog (BILHH)


"Prohaize – American Visa (Produced By Prohaize)"

DOWNLOAD: Prohaize – American Visa (Produced By Prohaize) - Jehmag Blog


"Prohaize - American Visa"

New joint from the homie Prohaize. Check it out.

- Dee.Rok - The Hip Hop Head (Blog)


"Introducing Prohaize"

Prohaize has released materials that have opened doors such as opening up for Ludacris. On June 16th, 2012, Prohaize opened up for Hot 107.9 FM’s Birthday Bash Concert in Philips Arena located in downtown Atlanta, GA in front of a sold out audience of over 25,000 people. This concert was headlined by T.I., Rick Ross, Kelly Rowland, Usher, Lil Wayne and many more.
After residing in Ghana for the first nine years of his life, “Prohaize” relocated to the United States. At the early age of thirteen, he set out to make a name for himself within the Atlanta metropolitan area as a musician, specifically in Hip Hop. This caused him to operate under the moniker “Prohaize;” meaning that he knows how to advantageously transgress over obstacles or as he refers to it, “A Pro at getting high successfully.”
Currently attending Georgia State University, this artist carries the necessary skills needed to survive in today’s harsh music industry and to impact it in a way that no other artist has. Some call him P the R-A, others call him Haize, but you will primarily know him by one name, Prohaize. - We Goin In Blog


"#Single: Prohaize (@Prohaize) – American Visa"

This is the intro set to be on Prohaize’s upcoming African Born American Raised Mixtape, also known as ABAR. Produced by Prohaize of Creations of Boredom Entertainment Group or C.O.B. XII. Mixed by George Kelly of Sound Resort Studios.
Prohaize has released materials that have opened doors such as opening up for Ludacris. On June 16th, 2012, Prohaize opened up for Hot 107.9 FM’s Birthday Bash Concert in Philips Arena located in downtown Atlanta, GA in front of a sold out audience of over 25,000 people. This concert was headlined by T.I., Rick Ross, Kelly Rowland, Usher, Lil Wayne and many more.

After residing in Ghana for the first nine years of his life, “Prohaize” relocated to the United States. At the early age of thirteen, he set out to make a name for himself within the Atlanta metropolitan area as a musician, specifically in Hip Hop. This caused him to operate under the moniker “Prohaize;” meaning that he knows how to advantageously transgress over obstacles or as he refers to it, “A Pro at getting high successfully.”

Currently attending Georgia State University, this artist carries the necessary skills needed to survive in today’s harsh music industry and to impact it in a way that no other artist has. Some call him P the R-A, others call him Haize, but you will primarily know him by one name, Prohaize.

The track contains interpolations of:
- Bobby McFerrin’s “Say Ladeo”
- M.I.A.’s “Hussel” - Ill Material Blog


"Prohaize – American Visa (Single)"

20 year old Prohaize from Atlanta wrote and produced this quality track. - Dot Got It Blog (Real Hip Hop for Real People)


"Prohaize"

Biography

Prohaize has released materials that have opened doors such as opening up for Ludacris. On June 16th, 2012, Prohaize opened up for Hot 107.9 FM’s Birthday Bash Concert in Philips Arena located in downtown Atlanta, GA in front of a sold out audience of over 25,000 people. This concert was headlined by T.I., Rick Ross, Kelly Rowland, Usher, Lil Wayne and many more.

After residing in Ghana for the first nine years of his life, “Prohaize” relocated to the United States. At the early age of thirteen, he set out to make a name for himself within the Atlanta metropolitan area as a musician, specifically in Hip Hop. This caused him to operate under the moniker “Prohaize;” meaning that he knows how to advantageously transgress over obstacles or as he refers to it, “A Pro at getting high successfully.”

Currently attending Georgia State University, this artist carries the necessary skills needed to survive in today’s harsh music industry and to impact it in a way that no other artist has. Some call him P the R-A, others call him Haize, but you will primarily know him by one name, Prohaize.

For Booking:
CreationsOfBoredom@gmail.com – (C.O.B. XII LLC)

Instrumentation

Prohaize – Vocals
Liby Vongmanee – Piano
LaDeidra and/or Kipper – Drums
RJ Harrison – Electric & Acoustic Guitar
Jessica Nichole – Singer/Vocals

Discography

Lift A Finger EP (March 2012)
- Deja Vu (Single)
- I’m With It (Single)
- Bare Foot (Single)

- American Visa (2012)
* Set to be on upcoming 2013 project. - European Hip Hop Culture Blog (Veni Vidi Vici)


"Prohaize - "American Visa" (ABAR)"

ITA
Prohaize è il nome di un talentuoso e giovane Mc (appena ventenne) proveniente da Atlanta (anche se nato in Ghana), ed in prossima uscita con un mixtape: stiamo parlando di ABAR (African Born, American Raised), anticipato dal singolo "American Visa", prodotto dallo stesso artista. A seguire trovate la traccia, restate connessi su GV per ulteriori novità.

ENG
Prohaize is the name of a young and talented Mc, who comes from Atlanta (he was born in Ghana), out with his mixtape in the coming months: ABAR (African Born, American Raised) is the title, anticipated by the single "American Visa", produced by the same artist. Below you can find the track, stay tuned on GV for other news about the mixtape. - GROOVISIONARY Hip Hop & Black Culture Blog


"Introducing Prohaize..."

Prohaize is a 20 year old Ghanian artist coming out from Atlanta, who’s currently a Georgia State University student. After living the first eleven years of his life in Ghana, he and his family relocated to the states. He has released joints that has enabled him to open up for many acts such as Ludacris, T.I., Rick Ross, Usher, Lil Wayne, and more. So, with that being said, check out a few of his tracks down below. I think he has a promising future if he keeps it up with the way he’s going. - Word Is Bond Blog


"Introducing Prohaize"

Prohaize is a 20 year old Ghanian artist coming out from Atlanta, who’s currently a Georgia State University student. After living the first eleven years of his life in Ghana, he and his family relocated to the states. He has released joints that has enabled him to open up for many acts such as Ludacris, T.I., Rick Ross, Usher, Lil Wayne, and more. So, with that being said, check out a few of his tracks down below. I think he has a promising future if he keeps it up with the way he’s going. - Word Is Bond Blog


"Prohaize | The UM Choice List"

Each month USL Magazine chooses 7 artists that will be apart of The UM Choice List. For the premiere issue, Prohaize was chosen as one of the seven. Selection for The UM Choice List takes into account ones stature, personality, personal style, business savvy as well as personal and professional reviews from known and unknown sources.

Prohaize was chosen to be apart of the UM Choice List because of the consistency and integrity of who he is as a person, his drive and motivation and definitely the quality in is lyrics and style of rap. Opening for Ludacris in April of 2011 was just the start of this artist’s already recognized talent - USL Magazine


"African born, American raised - Prohaize"

Business isn’t everything, but everything is a business.”

This is the motto that Edward “Prohaize” Minta lives by. But business is what recently shocked the local Atlanta rapper and Georgia State business major.

Early Sunday morning, on Aug. 26, Minta was in a near-death accident due to falling asleep at the wheel. Because of lack of sleep, Minta lost control of his car around 4 a.m.

Luckily, he only had to replace one of his tires, but his flirtation with death resonates in Minta’s new, unreleased album.

“You’ll end up dead trying to meet these deadlines,” Minta recalls his friend stating.

Prohaize’s newest album, “African Born, American Raised,” will be released on Sept. 30. Mostly speaking about the importance of family, the album features two of his favorite songs called “Hate Harder” and “Home in My Heart.”

Part of the reason his family is so important to him comes from his origins. He was born in Ghana, but his mother tried as hard as she could to get him to America.

Though many songs on his new album are inspired by his past, he originally started rapping to gain acceptance from peers.

“When I was in high school I was the African guy who got picked on for just being African,” Minta said. “You know the stupid questions like ‘did you swim here?’ and ‘why are you wearing clothes now, you weren’t wearing clothes back then?’ Rapping was one of the things that made me feel that I could express myself while being accepted for it.”

The 20 year-old has since realized his own progression from the days when he was rapping to escape bullying. Minta has not only progressed into a socially-conscious rap artist, but also a financially and a business-conscious artist.

Minta is the Chief Financial Officer of Creations of Boredom, a music entertainment company owned by him and a group of his peers. For him, C.O.B. is a self-made creative escape from the traditional lifestyle of attaining an education, working and having a family.

It’s a lifestyle he finds “basic” and boring and he desired more out of life.

When he began his entertainment career, Minta chose the alias of DJ Haize, but he later realized that that was too simple and there should be a deeper meaning behind the man.

His new alias, Prohaize, was a random inspiration that gave him the meaning he was looking for.

“Prohaize means to be a pro at getting high [off of life] successfully, and overcoming obstacles by getting away from the negativities- like pros over cons,” Minta said. “The ‘haize’ is associated with negativity, and [‘pro’ because] you have to find the perfections within the bad.”

Along with an enhanced alias came an improved business mentality.

But his mother, the woman he calls “the beautiful lady that gave me life,” motivates him to continue the day-to-day grind of being an up-and-coming artist.

As Parliamentarian of FBLA, a member of the Music Entertainment Industry Student Association (MEISA), and a multitalented artist—dappling in photography, disc jockeying, comedy and videography—he can hardly find time to rest.
And with his music-making a big splash in Atlanta—he has performed at numerous events including the 2012 Birthday Bash, Georgia State’s Ludacris concert last year and various fashions shows such as “The Goods Lyfe”— Minta has the most trouble with time management and promotion for himself and his business.

As a successful, working artist on the rise, Minta follows three rules to continue his progression to fame: accept constructive criticism with open arms, remain humble and be willing to invest in yourself.

With humility as his number one rule, Minta recommends to other aspiring artists that being humble and respectful of everyone you work with is a worthy venture, especially when given constructive criticism.
“People will speak more highly of you if you watch the way you act,” Minta said. “Don’t be attached to your music. Try to see where people are coming from when they give you constructive criticism. [Also,] music is a business that must be facilitated, and you or someone else must be willing to invest at least $1,000 on professionalism, [including] business cards and flyers, professional sound in a studio.” - Georgia State University's The Signal Newspaper


"Boost Mobile: Prohaize to open up for T.I., Lil Wayne, Kelly Rowland in Birthday Bash 17"

Congratulations Prohaize – Winner of the Boost Mobile Be Heard Contest! With a total vote count of 10,519, he will be the opening act for Hot 107.9's Birthday Bash 17! - Hot 107.9 FM - Atlanta


"Artist Of the Week - Prohaize"

Edward "Prohaize" Minta, after residing in Ghana for the first 11 years of his life, relocated to the United States. At the early age of 13, he set out to make a name for himself within the Atlanta metropolitan area as a musician. The calling of this musical journey caused him to run into the name "Prohaize." The name suits him perfectly as he knows how to advantageously transgress over everything labeled as obstacles or as he refers to it, "A Pro at getting high successfully."


Prohaize has managed to create memorable songs like "Black Celebration", voted the number 1 song on my TOP 10 Playlist. He has also opened up for DTP's very own Ludacris, which is an astonishing achievement. Prohaize has elevated through a tremendous amount of progress and yet still grows. Currently attending Georgia State University, this artist carries the necessary skills needed to survive in today's harsh music industry. Some refer to him as Arra, others characterize him as Haize, but you will remember him by one name, Prohaize.


Prohaize first grabbed my attention when I heard his songs "Black Celebration" and "Deja Vu" [which ran as the bonus song on my playlist for 2 weeks] from his recent EP 'Lift A Finger' which was released March 10 this year. Then I watched a video [below] of his performance where he opened up for Ludacris and I was very impressed by his delivery and lyricism. This guy is definitely someone I see topping charts and selling out concerts. Only time will tell. He definitely deserves a spot as Artist Of The Week! - Shibuya Donna | The Blog


"Beyond the Talent Reunion Show"

So I was sitting on twitter one day and saw a tweet about Beyond The Talent Reunion show featuring Prohaize, Mike Fresh, and Sy Ari Da Kid. It was being hosted by Dj Lady B and Fort Knox. So naturally I had to support Prohaize, being that he was featured on The Blog as Artist Of The Week. I had heard his music and saw live footage of him, but had never seen live. I actually got the chance to meet him at A3C by chance and that was pretty dope.

It was also refreshing to find out that Mike Fresh was going to be in the building as well. I had always seen him performing songs with FKi from their last project Transformers N' The Hood, but I'd never seen him performing his own material. He's a pretty talented guy and I'm definitely anticipating the release of his newest project.

This is my first time seeing Sy Ari Da Kid in person. I had heard and seen his name around, but was never given the chance to see him perform, let alone hear his music. It was a treat to see all the guys perform and to hear their views on the music industry and where they stand in it. I wish I could show you all the footage I captured the day of the show, but my computer is not being friendly, but I do have pictures ^_^. Make sure you check those out below along with some important links to keep in touch with these three talented artists. - Shibuya Donna | The Blog


"Prohaize - "American Visa""

Prohaize pays tribute to his African heritage and reminisces on his journey to the states without coming off as amateurish in his self-produced single, "American Visa." The track uses Bobby McFerrin's "Say Ladeo," M.I.A.'s "Hussel, and Tracy Chapman's "Mountain O' Things" to craft a beautiful soundscape upon which he tells his story. - Artistic Manifesto Blog


"American Visa"

New music from Atlanta based artist, Prohaize titled American Visa! This self-produced track off his upcoming project, African Born, American Raised (ABAR). Just got familiar with Pro and this is the first track I've been able to sit my ass down and check out from him. I really like it. Sounds like it might be an intro track to the project. On American Visa, Pro really expresses his beginnings and it really explains him as an artist. Being Nigerian-American myself, I have place in my heart for my fellow Africans and I love that Prohaize is truly embracing that side of him as far as being an artist. I fucks with this and I look forward to hearing more from him! Check it out and enjoy!

For more Prohaize, check out:
http://www.twitter.com/Prohaize
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Prohaize/367767530600
'Always More, Never Less'-Es - The Girl They Call ES Blog


"NEW Prohaize - American Visa"

As seen on: Surviving the Golden Age.

Atlanta-based rapper, Prohaize is preparing to release his new mixtape, African Born American Raised. The album’s first single is “American Visa,” a track produced by Prohaize himself. From his cadence down and lyrics down to his production and message, Prohaize sounds remarkably like Kanye which is not a bad thing just not overly original. Although, I do enjoy the Great Gatsby reference. - Eat Yo Beats Blog


"Prohaize (Or, A Defeating Ignorance to Rap Music)"

I was told about a rapper named Prohaize through an email from a PR company with a view to forming a few thoughts on his latest single ‘American Visa’ (which can be heard below) into a nice little feature for our blog. Usually, given the impersonal blanket emails, many PR messages are easy to ignore (not all, there are good guys/gals who know who they are). This particular PR set-up were personalised and polite, even following us up on Twitter to see if we liked the song in a non-pushy way. In other words, they successfully put a bit of pressure on me to actually listen to the music. I felt a need to help these people out, or at least be seen to make an effort to reciprocate their effort, and that should I ignore them then I would be the rude jerk. My problem? I know very little about rap or hip-hop. So, with my ignorance naked for all to see (and, as a critical academic would probably argue, some hugely significant racial/social/political factors ignored) I tried to write something.

The genres of rap and hip-hop have always been of great interest to me, especially considering my love for the indie rock leaning Why? and the manic word spewing of artists like Listener . To me, rap is some exotically enticing thing that I don’t know enough about to truly ‘get’ but have some appreciation for all the same. Something hidden behind the stereotypes of repetitive phrases about guns and women. Something that, should I ever manage to cut through the mainstream garbage and truly dive into the hardworking underbelly, would be greatly enjoyable and rewarding. After all, much of my enjoyment of music (as the interviews I have done with musicians perhaps annoyingly highlight) revolves around the lyrical side of things and how artists can condense coherent stories or messages into three-minute segments. Is there a class of music more tightly linked to words than rap?

I guess there is a range of quality and complexity in rap music that is based around mass appeal and radio suitability. I can see the popular end of the spectrum but admit to having no idea where the other extreme lies. With this lack of parameters there is no way I can calibrate my rap/hip-hop reviewing device and fairly compare X with Y. My naivety chronically limits the possibility of forming an opinion. I literally have no idea who is/was good and who really is/wasn’t. I’ve heard the odd songs from the real superstars, but if I based my whole musical opinion around this superficial exposure in the mainstream media then I guess I’d be listening to my Queen greatest hits album again this morning. The kids in school who liked Eminem and wore 2-Pac t-shirts (black ones covered in huge painted portraits that were usually peeling) were those that answered back to their parents and stayed up really late to count the number of swear words in South Park. I guess at that early age I associated rap with that little black and white Parental Advisory sign and supposed that the whole appeal was the presence of expletives and fire-arm references. I didn’t know if anything else existed beyond the presumed demographic of money and misogyny, and associated rap with naughty kids who sometimes didn’t bother going to school.

I’m not suggesting rap music causes this sort of behaviour. Either 1) ‘naughty’ kids are drawn to the little black and white sticker in a hope that it makes them appear more shrewd and streetwise and therefore tougher and cooler, or 2) my experience was just one thread in an almost stochastic distribution of music taste pattern that is based on a whole range of geographic and social factors, not to mention current trends/fads. Whatever the cause, my opinion of rap was coloured by my personal experiences in school, that is pretty much fact.

Anyway, back to Prohaize. The video below, ‘The Right Side Of My Brain’, is a promising argument for the presence of something more in rap music. He sounds like a man with something to say. A man with a talent to construct quickly intricate phrases and perfectly put them together in a frantic spiel about whatever he wants to say.

But then again I could be wrong. - Wake the Deaf Blog


"Prohaize - American Visa"

I like this. I like this a lot. Prohaize has dropped the track ‘American Visa’ and it’s made us hungry for more of this awesomeness at YMR. Is that a word…awesomeness? It’s not underlined for auto correctness so it must be! Anyway, read on for some Prohaize goodness!!

This track is the intro from Prohaize’s upcoming African Born American Raised Mixtape, also known as ABAR. Produced by Prohaize and mixed by Liby Vongmanee of Vongmanee Studios.

The track contains:

Bobby McFerrin’s “Say Ladeo”
M.I.A.’s “Hussel”
Tracy Chapman’s “Mountain O’ Things”
We’ve also heard a sneak peek of the track ‘Deja Vu’ which features on the Lift A Finger EP and it’s fair to say there is a bit of eargold going on here from Prohaize!

Get your audio fix of ‘American Visa’ below and get yourself following all things Prohaize. - Your Music Radar Blog


"Prohaize - American Visa Review"

American Visa is set to be the intro to Prohaize's upcoming mixtape, African Born American Raised. Not only does it work as an excellent intro to a project, it's an excellent introduction to the rapper that is Prohaize. The track starts off with a nice tribal instrumental where we are soon welcomed by a sultry flight attendant. Once we've gotten comfortable settled in our seats, Prohaize comes in and completely takes over and controls your ears for the duration of the track. He seriously demands your attention with his commanding cadence, instantly earning your respect thanks to sharp lyrics and creative metaphors. Also worth applauding, Prohaize produced American Visa himself. I love how the instrumental becomes more intense as the hunger for success heard Prohaize's flow grows while the track progresses. Plus, you have to love that Tracy Chapman sample at the end. - The Record Stache (Blog)


"Prohaize: American Visa"

Biggest Accomplishment to Date: Opening for T.I., Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, Kelly Rowland, Usher in front of a crownd of 25,000.

Sounds Like: Dope & Different.

This is the intro set to be on Prohaize‘s upcoming African Born American Raised Mixtape, also known as ABAR. Mixed by Liby Vongmanee of Vongmanee Studios.

The track contains interpolations of:

Bobby McFerrin: Say Ladeo
M.I.A. Hussel
Tracy Chapman: Mountain O’ Things - F the Limit Blog


"The interview show: THEESatisfaction"

....Prohaize, a 20-year-old Hip Hop artist based in Atlanta, emailed me this track. Gotta admire hustle... - Winnie Cooper Blog


"PROHAIZE – “AMERICAN VISA”"

This one takes a while to get going, but it’s worth the wait. It’s an interesting track that contains interpolations of Bobby McFerrin, M.I.A., and Tracy Chapman. - Polliwog Music Blog


"(New) Prohaize - American Visa"

Atlanta-based rapper, Prohaize is preparing to release his new mixtape, African Born American Raised. The album’s first single is “American Visa,” a track produced by Prohaize himself. From his cadence down and lyrics down to his production and message, Prohaize sounds remarkably like Kanye which is not a bad thing just not overly original. Although, I do enjoy the Great Gatsby reference. - Surviving the Golden Age Blog


"5 out of 5: Prohaize - American Visa (Music Review in Less than 150 Words)"

The beats on the track were insane and the lyrics were definitely on point. The chorus was good... - Hip Hop Band


"Prohaize - American Visa (Prod. By Prohaize)"

Well it’s been truly a long while since I posted “The Introduction” of Prohaize & the homie is getting ready to release his project “African Born American Raised” aka ABAR & this is the.... - Fashoe Music Blog


"Check out Prohaize's Track America Visa"

Check out Prohaize’s track American Visa on.. - Starchild Luke Blog


"Prohaize - American Visa (Sample Face Blog)"

To get a taster of what to expect, you can stream one of the tracks of his mixtape, American Visa. We’re loving the... - Sample Face (UK Blog)


"Prohaize"

What made you start doing music?
Producing and making beats is how I got started. When nobody wants to rap on you or your friend's beats because.... - DJ Blak Boy Blog


"Prohaize"

Here at Serious Vibes I like to cater to people with all tastes in music. Here is the first Hip Hop artist to feature... - Serious Vibes Blog


"Prohaize - Right Side of my Brain"

CHECK THIS GUY OUT. NEW ARTIST AND I’M DIGGING HIS FLOW.. - Osheria Blog


"Video: Lady B Interviews Prohaize"

Prohaize sat down in this newly released video with DJ Lady B to talk about what he has coming up, previous events and his... - Radical Beings Blog


"Prohaize - American Visa (R&H Blog)"

This is the intro set to be on Prohaize’s upcoming African... - Rap & Hustles Blog


"#ProhaizeABAR - American Visa (Rite Livin Blog)"

Check out music from upcoming Atlanta artist Prohaize
Here is a track called "American Visa" off his new upcoming project titled "African Born, American R.. - R$TE LIVIN Blog


"Music - America Visa - Prohaize (Radical Being Blog)"

Creations Of Boredom Entertainment Group member, Prohaize, has released the first unheard of.. - Radical Beings Blog


"Where Music Matters Most: Prohaize (Video Interview)"

THis is M3 where Music Matter Most. I am Brand & I am Shantice & today we'll be talking you guys about Prohai... - RNN


"Beyond The Talent Season 1: Prohaize (Video)"

What's going on y'all. It's your girl Lady B and right now we're live in Atlanta and we're about to chop it up with a very special artist, Prohai... - Can You Hear My Buzz


"Meet Prohaize"

Student at Georgia State University, Edward “Prohaize” Minta caught my eye with visuals to his song “Right Side of my brain”. Prohaize is originally from Ghana, off the west coast of Africa. He got his name “Prohaize” because he transgresses over obstacles with ease or as he refers to it, “A Pro at getting high successfully.” Prohaize has opened up for Co Founder of DTP, Ludacris. Which in my book is a huge... - Toxin Magazine


"Hip Hop Artist Prohaize, African Born American Raised (JiggyBox Rising Star) | @Prohaize"

After residing in Ghana for the first eleven years of his life, “Prohaize” relocated to the United States. At the early age of thirteen, he set out to make a name for himself within the Atlanta metropolitan area as a musician, specifically Hip Hop. The calling of this... - Jiggy Box TV


"COLLEGEBREAD FEATURED: Prohaize"

College Bread has chosen to highlight Edward Prohaize Minta as the featured individual artist. Prohaize is originally from Ghana, Africa, but moved to the United States at the age of eleven
At the age of 13 Prohaize fell in love with music and started on his musical journey in the Atlanta Metropolitan Area. The beginning of his journey was started by the founding of his name, Prohaize... - College Bread


"727 SERIES Interview - Prohaize (VIDEO)"

EMMG interviews Prohaize about his recent performances, collaborations, and how... - Elastic Mindz Media Group


"The Introduction - Prohaize"

The Fashodoe Spot is booming if I haven’t told you already, another dope submission I listened this guy & just said wow. Soooo down below is his bio & a few things you should know... - Fashodoe Music Blog


"Prohaize - Bare Foot Music Video (R$TELIVIN VISIONS BLOG PREMIERE)"

#RiteLivin Shout out to Prohaize making serious moves and the whole #TheAve movement... - R$TELIVIN VISIONS Blog


"Rapper Prohaize, Patrick Kelly-Editor-In-Chief of USL Magazine & Rapper CA Carmichael"

(Photo) Rapper Prohaize, Patrick Kelly-Editor-In-Chief of USL Magazine... - USL Magazine


"Boost Mobile: Prohaize Opens Up Birthday Bash 17 (T.I., Lil Wayne, Kelly Rowland etc.)"

Congratulations Prohaize – Winner of the Boost Mobile Be Heard Contest! With a total vote count of 10,519, he will be the opening act for Hot 107.9's Birthday Bash 17!... - Hot 107.9 FM - Atlanta


"Recognizing a Star"

[EXCERPT] ...A lot of people ask questions like: “When did you start rapping?” but you and I know that doesn’t really answer that question. When did you decide you wanted to do it professionally? Can you describe that moment to me?
I wanted to professionally rap around the time of opening up for Ludacris. Not only because it was an exciting experience but I compared myself to Ludacris & how far he’d come & how he was capitalizing off of doing what he loved. I mean think about it, dude attended Georgia State too! I was in his same shoes that he was in years ago. Now I’m not saying that I want to be successfully identical to the man but hey, that concert had a brother thinking hard about why he wanted to rap!... Click the link to read more from this Interview - Everything Exclusive Magazine


Discography

Lift A Finger EP (March 2012)
- Deja Vu (Single)
- I'm With It (Single)
- Bare Foot (Single)

African Born American Raised Mixtape - Unreleased
- American Visa (Single - Jan. 2013)

Photos

Bio

Prohaize has released materials that have opened doors such as the one on June 16th, 2012 where he opened up for Hot 107.9 FM’s Birthday Bash Concert in Philips Arena located in downtown Atlanta, GA in front of a sold out audience of over 25,000 people. This concert was headlined by T.I., Rick Ross, Kelly Rowland, Usher, Lil Wayne and many more.

After residing in Ghana for the first nine years of his life, Prohaize relocated to the United States. At the early age of thirteen, he set out to make a name for himself within the Atlanta metropolitan area as a musician, specifically in Hip Hop. This gave birth to the name "Prohaize;" meaning that he knows how to advantageously transgress over obstacles or as he refers to it, "A Pro at getting high successfully." When asked about why he started making music, his response was "I plan to share the drastic stories of African upbringings and sociological American experiences. Doing this will help me generate the money to help those very people that the stories are about."

Since releasing his debut project Lift A Finger EP in March 2012, Prohaize has grown exponentially in his artistry, live performance prowess and has expanded the connection he carries with his fan base. Prohaize expects to continue sharing stories of "drastic African upbringings and sociological American experiences" with the release of his African Born American Raised mixtape due in 2013. His most recent accomplishment stems from being booked to perform in Underground Atlanta's 2013 New Years Eve Peach Drop. Although it's the largest New Years Eve celebration in the Southeastern US, Prohaize's involvement aided in the success of the event reaching over 100,000 in attendance.

For Booking:
Miranda Brokenberry (Manager) - 804.386.8691
Mbrokenberry@gmail.com