"When I saw Prophet-Z I said this kid's not a poser. He's real with it."
(Pat Charles, Senior Show Writer of BET's 106 & Park)
Toronto’s native reggae sensation Prophet-Z has managed to win the hearts and votes of the hundreds of viewers and listeners that tune in every Monday from 6pm-8pm to the Memoirs by A. D. The General radio talk show, broadcast live on Street Market Radio. Prophet-Z has been in rotation going on 12 weeks with his recent single “Clap On, Clap Off”. He is no stranger to the music scene, having opened for the likes of Buju Banton, Papa San and Damien Marley. Watching him perform, the ladies love him and the guys respect his music. Prophet-Z now resides in Brooklyn, NY and is hard at work creating a buzz for himself, traveling back and forth from Jamaica to Canada and back to NYC. A.D. The General catches up with Prophet-Z to see what all the hype is about. (A.D. The General - Birthplace Magazine)