Prozak Haunts His Way Through ‘Welcome To Strangeland’

Sep 29 2011

Prozak To Appear On Tech N9ne Collabos Welcome To Strangeland

Making his return to world of Strange Music, The Hitchcock Of Hip Hop slashes and hacks his way to Tech N9ne Collabos Welcome To Strangeland. Tech N9ne’s latest Collabos album is set to feature every Strange Music artist and will mark a new era in Strange Music.

Of those joining the ranks in Strangeland, Prozak may prove to be the most terrifying. The Saginaw, MI native has built a career on his love for all things horror. Since his days in the underground, Prozak has been at the forefront of horrorcore music and helped pave the way for every artist that came after. His exceptional storytelling and morbid lyrics reached another level on his Strange Music debut with Project Deadman’s Self Inflicted. Partnered with Mike E. Clark, Prozak opened the doors for a new wave of darker music on Strange. The album went on to be one of the biggest releases from the label and is still considered a horrorcore classic.

Prozak would later return with his first official solo release on Strange Music. Tales From The Sick saw a change in production and an improvement in Prozak’s writing. With a larger hip hop influence, the album also featured a star studded line up of guests that included Tech N9ne, Cypress Hill, Insane Clown Posse, Twiztid, and Twista. Pushing the boundaries of horror laced hip hop, Prozak’s flow came sharper than ever before. If anyone had doubts prior to the release, Prozak laid them all to rest with hits like “Keep Grindin” and “Why??”.

Tech N9ne Collabos Welcome To Strangeland finds Prozak breaking through once again. Reaching out to Prozak, Tech N9ne has opened up a world of macabre lyricism and shockingly frightful tales from the mind of a true maniac. Just what will Prozak have in store for audiences everywhere? Like the director and master manipulator of a murderous vision, Prozak promises to bring a blanket of darkness over Strangeland.

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