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Sounds Like: NAS, Eminem, Jay-Z, Kendrick Lamar, The Notorious B.I.G.

Bio: Profit was born in South St. Louis and at a young age he became very interested in many kinds of music. He loved Motown and classic rock but was most impressed by Micheal Jackson and became a huge fan after he bought the "Thriller" album. As time progressed, his mother bought an old organ at a ga... See Full Bio

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Q: Why did you pick the name Profit?
A: Great question! For a few reasons that all kinda came together at the same time. One, at the time I was doing a lot of things I probably shouldn't have for money. So I did it for profit. Two I liked the way profit could be taken as profit or prophet and at the time I was reading a lot of books from different religions trying to understand life(bible, Koran, etc) In a way I have always felt as if I was a prophet in that sense. Third reason at that time when I started eminem had just exploded and a white emcee who had metaphoric skilled was looked at as a was to make serious money or (profit). Two of those three reasons had profit spelled more so like money so I kept the spelling that way in order to connect to the masses better and have a more commercial appeal rather than coming across as a gospel rapper of some sort figuring my true fans can get that part of me as they really start to understand my music. Be on the look out for the "Profit X-Change" mixtape and "The ProfitSee" album on the way and thanks!

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