With tracks like “No Hangover” , Proffess definitely makes his own style by showing today’s audience it’s more about indie than mainstream. In “No Hangover” Proffess speaks about listening to the radio to much, and how it will make you drunk based on it’s repetition of mainstream music. In like manner he will change that with his lyrics and sound of music, which has a message only you can look into and see.
Born and raised in the mile high city of Denver, Colorado where I became a fan of hip-hop. Wu-tang put him on and it’s been hip-hop music ever since. Proffess later moved to Oregon where he got his bachelor and continued his quest to make good music for the people.
“Beat maker at heart, but will lay down a verse or two. I’m out here trying to make good music and nice beats. i hope you enjoy…and let it do what it do baby! Beat maker at heart, but I will lay down a verse or two. Im out here trying to make good music and nice beats. i hope you enjoy…and let it do what it do baby!”
Check this artist out here: http://www.reverbnation.com/proffess