This page was last edited on 4 January , at Project Gampo by Prof. The North Carolina rapper leavens cynical lyrics with speaker-shattering beats on this southern-rap behemoth. Not to be confused with Proof rapper. In , Prof was part of Rhymesayers’ Welcome to Minnesota tour.
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Jacob ” Jake ” Anderson born April 29,better known by his stage name Profis an American rapper, singer, and songwriter based in MinneapolisMinnesota. All albums up to were released by Stophouse Music Group.
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This page was last edited on 4 Januaryat In a MayProf announced his debut record on Rhymesayers, entitled Liability. Archived from the original on September 3, I Dry Heave Retrieved 17 August Move and Grind The staff of City Pages named Prof as Minnesota’s 19th-best rapper inciting his musical dexterity, “his impressive singing voice”, and his ability to engage and make audiences laugh.
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Prof has been noted as one of the few Minneapolis rap acts in addition to Doomtree and several Rhymesayers artists who are capable of selling out the city’s famed First Avenue Mainroom and the only to do so in recent years without the backing of Minnesota Public Radio station Living people Musicians from Minneapolis Rappers from Minnesota Rappers from Minneapolis Underground rappers American male rappers Midwest hip hop musicians births 21st-century American rappers.
It was at one such show that Prof would meet his manager, Mike Campbell. Grand’s Sixth Sense by Sixth Sense.
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Prof and Campbell, along with Dillon Parker, later became co-owners of the Stophouse Music Group, a record label that owns and manages their eponymous Stophouse Studios in northeast Minneapolis.
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