Prophet Entertainment

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Prophet Entertainment
Prophet Posse - music.jpg
Founded1991 (1991)
FounderDJ Paul & Juicy J
Distributor(s)Sony BMG
GenreHip hop, Horrorcore, Rap
Country of origin United States
LocationMemphis, Tennessee
United States, U.S
Official websiteOfficial website Edit this at Wikidata

Prophet Entertainment is a hip hop record company based in Memphis, Tennessee, formerly owned by DJ Paul and Juicy J. As a group act, Prophet Entertainment goes by the stage name Prophet Posse. From 1991 to 1994 it launched new independent musical artists linked mainly to the strands of American music such as crunk, Hip hop, Gangsta rap, Southern Hip Hop and Horrorcore.

History[edit]

The founders of the hip-hop group Three 6 Mafia DJ Paul and Juicy J, along with Nick Scarfo, founded Prophet Entertainment in 1991.[1]

In early 2000 some former members of the original Prophet Entertainment rejoined the label, which is still led by Nick Scarfo. They have released three albums since that time.

Previous line-ups[edit]

Prophet Posse[edit]

Killa Klan Kaze[edit]

Current line-up[edit]

New Prophet Posse[edit]

  • Nick Scarfo (CEO)
  • Kelo The Work
  • Hott Sauce
  • K-Rock
  • Playa Fly
  • Indo G
  • Kingpin Skinny Pimp
  • M-Child
  • Gangsta Blac
  • Droopy Drew Dog
  • Lil' Pat
  • Pop-a-Lock
  • Killa Kev
  • Raw Dawg
  • Hardiss
  • Young Juve
  • Grandmarkee|Devil Eyez
  • Milk|Etha
  • OMG|Orange Mound Gangsta
  • Cyde Manson/Homicide

Discography[edit]

Title Information
Mystic Stylez by Three 6 Mafia
Live by Yo Rep (EP) by Three 6 Mafia
Chapter 1: The End by Three 6 Mafia
Chapter 2: World Domination by Three 6 Mafia
Body Parts by Prophet Posse
Kamakazie: Timez Up by The Kaze
King of Da Playaz Ball by Kingpin Skinny Pimp
Can It Be by Gangsta Blac
Angel Dust by Indo G
K-Rock The World by K-Rock
K-Shock The World by K-Rock
The Return, Part 1 by Prophet Posse
The Return, Part 2: Belly of the Beast by Prophet Posse
Hood USA by Prophet Posse

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2009-05-31. Retrieved 2010-03-14.