Ahmad Q Manson | God Child

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God Child

by Ahmad Q Manson

A combination of Poetry Spoken Word Rap and Progressive Hip Hop
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Bass Music
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The Universe is a continuous evolution of energy and life. We all harness energy in special ways to recreate ourselves and the environment around us. There are those who possess the ability to create greatness from the energy around them. This gift is personified in the music of the artist named Pro. His intense energy and passion for innovation has blasted him into the limelight of unsigned talent from the South.

Born in Atlanta and raised in the country town of Oglethorpe, Georgia, Pro Grew up picking peaches, corn, and watermelons on his grandfather’s 100-acre farm. Growing up his mother was a crack addict, so he moved to the country to live with his father’s family.

Pro’s early musical influences were not of much variety. His family played a lot of old school soul in their household. His grandfather ran a nightclub called The Night Spot! This was the community hub where locals met to hang out and drag race as a means of entertainment. Pro was in the mist of it all, soaking up the culture and gaining interest in the possibilities of musicianship.

Since there was a lot of time on his hands, writing was an outlet. Pro documented his lifestyle in the country and incorporated its traditions into his rhyming. His first recordings began at the age of eight years old, rapping, listening, and recording on a tape deck. At twelve years old, Pro encountered his first studio session in a makeshift, country shed turned studio. His first cut was named, “Can’t Stop Loving You, written about his first love interest.

Since then, Pro has cultivated his writing and speaking ability through higher education. Graduating from West Georgia University, with a degree in Mass Communications, and a minor in Art, he currently utilizes his gift as a motivational speaker. Pro strives to appeal to all races, classes, and cultures.

Infuriated by the complacency of his peers and community, Pro vowed to make a viable difference in the lives of individuals who never strive to rise above their means. Through his music, Pro defines what is necessary to combat the socio-economic systems that imprison our minds and beliefs.

Pro is Progressive. Lyrically, he motivates his listeners to generate new business and financial mobility in the community. By grabbing the listener’s attention with real musicianship, Pro feeds his listeners with consciousness and inspires them to act. As a Southern Artist, Pro is the personification of the Deep South because his rural upbringing instilled in him integrity, perseverance, and work ethic to be successful where ever his journey takes him.

“The south has more culture than we have given it credit for. Content has to have value. Music is supposed to open your mind and tug at your spirit to make you question our existence and surroundings. Somebody needs to question something. I will be the catalyst to revolutionize Hip Hop Culture.

Creatively, every Pro song is epic. He takes lyrics out of Hip Hop and experiments with them in different genres. As a writer, Pro is taking Hip Hop into theatre and dance. He is currently creating the framework for his Hip Hop musical, eventually transforming it into a feature film.

Currently as an Activist, Pro writes motivational speeches and lectures to youth all across the country about their self worth. His message speaks to the young and older generations to be more aware of ourselves and to mobilize our community through our own beliefs, not the belief systems dictated to us by mainstream propaganda.

Questioning Promotes Action.



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