Prince was lead singer for the acclaimed reggae band, Ruff Kutt. For several years, he learned the art and business of music first-hand as the group opened for Shabba Ranks and Patra on international tours. After a move to Miami, Prince decided to give the New York music scene a try. Past discussions with the acclaimed producer/manager Robert Livingston led to Prince appearance on Shaggy's multi-platinum album, Hotshot. The song "Hope" was featured on the soundtrack of the Kevin Costner movie, For The Love Of The Game and work began immediately on a collection of songs that would showcase Prince silky-smooth voice and writing talent. One of them, Still The One - an ode to a time-tested love, was featured on the soundtrack of the 2002 Eddie Murphy/Robert De Niro big-screen release "Showtime".
The result is a tantalizing mix that introduces many facets of the Prince sound an enticing blend of R&B, hip-hop, and reggae. Prince, formed his own label with long-time pal and writing-mate, Rik Rok from "It Wasn’t Me" fame. The album is now set for release under the new label MOBA Entertainment. He joins Premier Gospel in his first radio presenting role.