Producer – Songwriter – Artist
Born and raised in Los Angeles, California, but travelling between the West Coast and the coasts of Norway, rapper and music producer Vincent Pryme is highly inspired and well influenced by a wide range of music genres.
Pryme’s first collaboration was with hip/hop artist Casino tha G, as they made several tracks together. After a performance in Humboldt County, Pryme linked up with Long Beach underground crew Hustl’n Hard. Hustl’n Hard went on to produce many hit tracks for numerous films.
He has worked with artists such as B-Real from Cypress hill, Too Short, Santana singer Andy Vargas, Black Eye Pea guitarist George Pajon, Black Eye Pea percussionist Chuck Prada, Al Monsta Ganjah-Lino, and Hybrid to name a few. Pryme also made tracks for films such as Splinter, Loaded, Evilution, Food Stamps, Last Rites, and Wannabes. Before making his way to Norway, Pryme joined in on a song for charity featuring NBA star Pau Gasol. The proceeds from the track will be used to build schools for kids in Africa.
Pryme is always up for a challenge when it comes to music, either in Los Angeles with his label One In a Million Entertainment, or working with other artists through Phat Cat Studios in Norway.