Blurring rock, horrorcore, poetry and rap lines for the past 10 years obviously comes easy to the Hitchcock of Hip-Hop, Prozak. Repping indie label Strange Music and Saginaw, Michigan, his trajectory into the entertainment industry, originally assisting in promoting Tech N9ne, which resulted in he getting signed as well, has been an unusual one. Tackling substantial topics like poverty, war, persecution and consumerism, albums stand filled with contemplative material. Translating this passionate energy into his live show, his trademark mosh pits are legendary. Not only releasing three studio albums (including his latest one, We All Fall Down, that dropped September 17th), he’s also pursued his other passion for video and film, becoming a film director whose last documentary premiere threw 4,000 people in his hometown of 44,000.
Speaking with Prozak on a recent tour stop with Tech N9ne, we chatted about his new album, his record-breaking tour in 2012 (he’s done more than 1,000 performances), working with Cypress Hill, Slipknot and Insane Clown Posse, his extremely neat and organized movie collection and more! Check out the videos, peep the soundclips and visit Prozak’s website for more album and tour info!