James Alexander, better known as Prozhan, is a Bahamian songwriter and recording artist. He moved to New York in 2000 to be in the birth place of hip-hop while honing his skills as a songwriter and entertainer.
‘Lollipop‘, the debut album from Prozhan is a 3 track EP and was released digitally via iTunes and other digital distribution outlets on June 12, 2012. Leading up to the indie release, he will be vigorously promoting the album songs via ReverbNation, Facebook and SoundCloud.
Growing up in the Bahamas, Prozhan was exposed to all genres of music from Rake and Scrape to Country, Soca to Hip-Hop. He recalls that at an early age, for him it was more about the rhyming scheme than genre. In fact today when he tells friends and fans that he grew up listening to Kenny Rogers as well as Otis Redding some can’t contain their surprise.
People have complimented him on his storytelling ability and the way he is able to play with words.
A few notable quotes from his upcoming EP are:
“Mother of my seed. Mother of my being.
Muthaf_ a turkey, you’re my Thanksgiving” – ‘Worth It’
“Lollipop lickin. Blue Label sippin.
Tattooed ass. Victoria grippin” – from ‘Lick The Lollipop’
“Where do I live? My hood seems scary?
Three blocks from hope and a mile from prosperity” – from ‘Neighbors’
This album is the beginning of an amazing journey into the entertainment world that Prozhan will undoubtedly conquer!