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Prophet is the harbinger of the new West Coast hip-hop sound. He is a hard-hitting punchline journalist whose wordplay is complex enough to have you ponder his lyrics long after the song has ended.


With witty and original lyrics, an addictive vocal tone, and an uncanny ability to capture the listener, Prophet is hip-hop’s best-kept secret and poised to become a hip-hop star.

Block-Venom, Prophet’s first album, chronicles the triumphs and tribulations of growing up in the heart of San Francisco. Selling over 2,000 units through consignment, digital distribution, and trunk sales, the album was well received by fans and critics alike.

Nima (insert her full name), editor of, wrote: “…I wasn't expecting much from The Prophet, as I had no idea who he was and what his music sounded like, but I decided to give it a shot. So a couple weeks later I receive the CD and put it in my player. A few moments later I knew that there was still hope for West Coast hip hop.”

While the mainstream rap community ignores the Bay Area, a scene that was once burgeoning with so much talent, in the past year Prophet along with new artists such as Turf Talk,Mr FAB, The Team, and Zion-I are helping to make Northern California once again an urban music hot spot.

His first single, Listen to My Demo, from his second independent album with the same title, produced by the standout Bay Area producer Deep H2OZ (Mac Mall, Mac Dre, Turf Talk, The Team), along with his numerous live shows and his many mixtape appearances from the Bay to New York, Prophet’s underground following continues to grow exponentially.

When all is said and done, Prophet is a classic storyteller. He can tell you about his childhood and his father beating cancer on one song, and then dismantle any lyrical opposition with another. He can be deep but still commercially viable, never losing his braggadocios edge and wit that makes his poetry come to life in only a way hip hop can.

Contact: Prophet Music:435 Garfield Ave #114 South Pasadena CA 91030:


(Debut) Prophet-"Blockvenom"
(Mixtape) DJ Amen's "Apostles, Deciples and Prophets"
(Compalation) D-Sharpe and DJ Amen "Too Hard For The Radio"
Single titled "Talking about it" off of the upcomming album titled "Listen to my demo" has had spins on Northern California's HOT 98.7 KSXY

Prophet's "Block-Venom" is available on Itunes for stream or purchase. Other tracks can be heard at

Set List

Shows are customized for each venu. Prophet has enough material for 45 minutes without a band. With band over 120 minutes.