Propain (rapper)

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Propain
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Born
Chris Dudley

(1986-01-04) January 4, 1986 (age 35)
Texas
NationalityAfrican American
CitizenshipUnited States
OccupationRecording Artist/Rapper & Entrepreneur
Websitegotpropain.com

Chris Dudley (born 4 January 1986), professionally known by his stage name Propain, is an African-American Rapper & Entrepreneur. He ranks amongst the short list of Rap Legends from the great City of Houston. Propain is widely respected for his consistency and ability to release consecutive bodies of work (Albums), all of which have been and will continue to be highly acclaimed and received in the music industry.[1]

Propain’s music is available on all music platforms including, Spotify and Youtube.[2]

Early Life

Propain was destined to be exactly who he's become in the music industry, The gift of music and lyricism has been prevalent since he was a kid. While growing up, he was heavily influenced by several hip-hop artists such as Jay-Z, Nas, and Andre 3000 to name a few.

It’s safe to say Propain has mastered the art of manifestation as he continues to live out his own dreams all while creating opportunities for up & coming creatives to be a part of the Propain legacy as well.

Career

Propain has achieved mainstream success all while keeping his relatability and connection with his loyal audience alive. Even amidst the Pandemic, He has been and will continue to be regarded as one of Houston’s leading MC’s who always gets it right when it comes to expanding his catalog and legacy as one of the greats. Propain has also been dedicated to giving back within the Houston Community, Not for press or recognition but because there are needs within every community. Propain is a solidified Hometown Hero.[3][4]

Propain’s official merchandise is available on his website.

Discography

S.No. Album Year
1. Departure 2010
2. Dangerous Minds 2011
3. Ridin Slab 2013
4. Against All Odds 2015
5. 7 Day Theory 2018
6. Purple 7 Day Theory (ChopNotSlop Remix) 2018
7. In Case We Never Speak Again 2019
8. In Case We Never Speak Again (ChopNotSlop Remix) 2020
9. It Ain't Safe Outside 2021

In the media

  

References

  1. "PROPAIN Archives". Fox Interviewer. Retrieved 23 April 2021.
  2. "Propain". Discogs. Retrieved 23 April 2021.
  3. "Propain biography". Last.fm. Retrieved 23 April 2021.
  4. "Propain on The Music Preview Guide To SXSW 2020". The Music Preview Guide To SXSW 2020. 26 February 2020. Retrieved 23 April 2021.

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