BEFFTA Award nominated Prince Ade began is musical Journey from Nigerian Air Force Base Ikeja where he grew up listening to Fela, Sunny Ade, Orlando Owoh, Bob Marley. The rest of the journey continued in London’s notoriously tough Stonebridge Estate, Music was one of the only way he could reflect upon the harsh realities of his environment. He was introduced to the music of 2pac, Capleton, Sizzla, Buju, Notorious BIG, Nas, Rakim and Roots. Whilst refusing to be a product of his environment, he became inspired by his experiences. Prince Ade is a musician, actor, philosopher, artist, activist and humanitarian. Prince Ade, like is mentors chooses to use his music to challenge social injustice and power along with the political weapons of ignorance and fear. His music tells stories... Stories of hope, survival, sorrow, hate, happiness, bereavement, companionship and love. With a Pan-African perspective at heart, Prince Ade aims to bridge nations and generations with his music reaching out to both young and old, white and black.