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George Prophet ready for break

Tuesday, March 12, 2019

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Reggae singer George Prophet has high hopes for his recently released EP titled Love Me Again.

“I'm proud that I have released a very good EP. It has six beautiful reggae songs on it that people can listen and appreciate. I am a real reggae artiste, so I make real reggae music for the people. I'm confident that my EP will help to put my career on a higher level,” said George Prophet.

The six-track EP, produced by the artiste and musician/producer Errol Brown of Knock Head Studio, was released on iTunes three months ago.

Since the release of the project, the Portland-born New York-based singer has been promoting the album heavily.

“I'm very pleased about the response that my EP is receiving. I'm thankful for all the people who are supporting my music including the DJs who are playing it, my fans and my management team,” said the artiste.

The hard-working entertainer is currently gearing up to release the first single off the project, You Wish, slated to be released before the end of March.

George Prophet (given name Ripton Thomas) grew up in Port Antonio, Portland. He's a graduate of the Mount Hermon Junior High School.

He migrated to New York in 2015. He launched his recording career in 1999 with the single Give I Faith on the Native label.


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