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HEAR YE: M.I.A.’s Kala

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    Comprised Artist-producer, Propheta, with a unique vision blended to form electrifying sounds,Propheta has worked with some of the music industries leading artists and record companies. Currently un-signed , Propheta, part of EL sistema powerhouse, has produced tracks for artists and labels from both the Urban and Latin markets, and has streamlined into Pop as well. Propheta’s pursuance of production credits began early in his career. Mastering technicalities while introducing his own unique sounds to the equation has allowed Propheta to produce track after track of distinctive hits. Blending elements of hip hop, reggae, merengue, salsa and crunk among other genres, one of Propheta’s many sounds has evolved into something EL sistema refer to as “Crunkeo.” This heart pounding fusion of electrical elements result in melodies and beats in a realm of their own. Propheta’s production creds include remixes for Tego Calderon and daddy yankee among others, and complete album production on such works as Kings of New York La Extrategia del Reggaeton, Sextassy Reggae Gold, and Metropolis Beats among others. Propheta has since produced works for some of today’s hottest artists including Ashanti and Ja Rule, and is consistently noted by artists such as Tego on their tracks for his unique Reggae Crunk sound. Propheta has been featured on records alongside such artists as; Daddy Yankee on Destruction Total; El Chombo, Iorna, and BOB Sinclair on Papi Chulo Mix 2005; Vico C, Tego, Zion y Lennox on Gasolina Del Reggaeton; and Luny Tunes, Noriega, Cheka, Don Omar, and Volito on Reggaeton Exitos 2005. Propheta’s production continues to expand as demand for his anomalistic sounds grow steadily in Urban, Latin, and Mainstream markets.

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