This fiercely independent and unfettered MC hints toward provoking a renaissance after his debut EP Let The Music Play where upon the young MC unleashes fury and proves his point on the bold and daring 5-track assault, establishing himself on the national stage.
From the emerging class of talented freshmen on their come up, at just 22 years young, Profecy grew up in Lismore, on the NSW coast, and with little to no scene he found a way to go at it alone with a makeshift garage studio. Here he learned the subtle balance in delivering rhymes over a given beat – something he would later become quite astute at. After graduation, Profecy moved to Brisbane where he is currently studying music business at the JMC Academy.
Profecy’s latest effort comes in the form of The Arrival, a ten track ‘name your price’ mixtape. Featuring Matt B. Vitals, Corbett, Jae Bruitt and more. You can pick the up the full tape here.
After a highly praised presence in the Australian hip-hop scene with his previous release Let The Music Play in 2010, the emcee Profecy, has been busy in the studio working on his follow-up release expected for release late September. The first single Walk With Me from the EP of the same title goes live today, for free download. Walk With Me is a a critique of the modern adversities of today’s generation and is an utterly life-grounded piece.
Profecy grew up in Lismore, on the NSW coast, and with little to no scene he found a way to go at it alone with a makeshift garage studio. Here he learned the subtle balance in delivering rhymes over a given beat – something he would later become quite astute at. He has since moved to Brisbane to pursue his music career.
Walk With Me is produced by American hip hop producer DJ Corbett, who is responsible for producing for hip-hop heavy weights including Saigon, Royce Da 5’9 and Bun B. Corbett not only provides the backdrop for Profecy’s melodic flow, he also shares his vocal talents on the chorus. It’s a bass-heavy, chilled-out track yet provides a deep emotional message.
Australian Hip Hop is growing strong and growing with it is Brisbane emcee Profecy. The 20 year old is just about to unleash his debut CD titled Let The Music Play, a 5-track EP, showcasing the versatility and talent of what people are claiming to be the most promising artist in Australian hip hop. On the production side of things, Profecy has collaborated with up and coming Belgium producer Benno (Cam’ron, SAS).
With Benno’s world class production and Profecy’s vibrant delivery and insightful lyrics, you have a ground breaking EP that is bound to turn heads. The EP also features american singer/producer DJ Corbett who has recently featuring on hip hop heavyweight Saigon’s brand new single I Want It All. This is not your average aussie hip hop release, this is far from it. “My goal when creating this EP was to create something that differs from all other Australian hip hop, something exciting and musical, not just lackluster vocals over boom bap beats, which seems to be the trend”.
From humorous party tracks to emotional tales of heartbreak, this EP showcases the very best of a very promising artist. Let The Music Play is out today and is available for free download via www.profecymusic.com. To celebrate the release of his EP Let The Music Play, Profecy will host a launch show at Step Inn on Saturday, 11th of December with the EP being played in its entirety, along with some old and brand new songs.
Special guests performing with Profecy include Cheyenne who has performed alongside Robbie Williams, Michael Buble and Rene Geyer, will also be on stage performing his upcoming collaboration with Profecy and a cover song. Cam Bluff, one half of Vegas Aces, will be holding it down on the turntables. The man has produced for Spit Syndicate, The Tongue and The Optimen and on the night we will be premiering a song from Profecy’s next release, produced by Bluff.
Jae Druitt and Jealous Citty, close friends and fellow emcees will also be rocking the mic alongside Profecy, performing nothing but bangers! December 11th 2010
Step Inn, Fortitude Valley – Limited door tickets left.