Peoria, IL– Music has been a part of P The Prince’s life for as long as he can remember. It wasn’t until college, however, that the budding star began to take his craft more seriously. Performing in a makeshift recording studio he and a college friend made out of an apartment closet, it was while he was away at college the artist began entertaining music as more than just a hobby. P’s music is influenced by a bevvy of musicians and genres, from Michael Jackson’s pop hits to classic rappers like Nas. Oddly enough, although the artist didn’t listen to much of Nas growing up, he is frequently told he sounds somewhat similar. The artist describes his music’s vibe as “Just flowing,” continuing, “Whatever the beat is doing, that’s where it all starts,” explaining that his inspiration for his raps come from the heart of the music – its rhythm.
The video for his newest single, “All on Me,” will be released to the anticipation of listeners everywhere soon – and it’s a track that has something for everyone. Covering a variety of topics and aspects of life, the artist explains that “it will relate to anybody that’s ever had any problems.”
P The Prince is determined to make it in the music business. Not just for himself, but for his beloved family and children, so he can free their life of worry and struggle and give them the gift of a fruitful future. His advice to other aspiring artists? “Don’t let anyone tell you that you can’t do anything.” P is doing just that – ignoring the noise and embracing the grind.
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