Three years later and two of hip hops greatest artists have put their differences aside for the greater good! It all started as a rap beef between Drake & Pusha T, when Pusha put out the record “Infrared” that took a LOT of shots at Drake. The “6 God” responded and things got heated when […]

Here’s a great interview from 2015 by The Houston Factor with J. Prince. Watch as he discusses how he built his Rap-A-Lot empire and drops some jewels about respect, family, and more. Source: The Houston Factor (YouTube)

Today for Black History Month 2019, we are highlighting the music business entrepreneur behind Rap-A-Lot Records– J. Prince. Birth Date: October 31, 1964 Hometown: Houston, TX Fun Facts:  J. Prince launched Rap-A-Lot Records in the 1980s and it was named after J. Prince’s brother– ‘Sir Rap-A-Lot’ J. Prince helped to bring the Geto Boys (Scarface, Willie D, and […]

Follow The Beat On Twitter: Houston, TX legend and Rap-A-Lot Records pioneer, J. Prince, was in the DFW and stopped by 97.9 The Beat to talk with the crew about his new book ‘The Art & Science Of Resepect.’ Check out the video above to get the full scoop. Also be sure to buy your […]

Seems the battle between Drake and Pusha T may be over as soon as it got started. According to H-Town’s own Rap-A-Lot CEO J Prince in an interview with Sway in the Morning, Drizzy’s answer cut so deep, he felt the need to step in and convince Aubrey to let it go. “The ingredients were overwhelming” J […]

Certain beefs just won’t die. In the case of J. Prince versus anybody, it’s a matter of respect. And he barely has any for Birdman. In an Instagram post that could double as one of Prince’s “courtesy calls,” the mogul once more took up for his son, Jas Prince in regards to the younger Prince discovering Drake. After a video in […]

Less than a week after Drake surprised a cancer patient at a Miami hospital, he continued his surprise pop-up tour in Texas shutting down the Fader Fort showcase at SXSW in the ATX on Saturday night. After his Toronto crew Roy Woods, Majid Jordan and Partynextdoor took the stage, Drake showed up and showed out performing some of his […]

Aww yeah, the legend of J.Prince continues to grow. While on Highly Questionable, boxing promoter Bob Arum discusses how he had to pay the Rap-A-Lot CEO $600,000 to diffuse a situation between him and former client Floyd Mayweather.

  It wasn’t long ago that Rap-A-Lot CEO J. Prince provided a “courtesy call” message directed at Diddy, Suge Knight, Birdman and Lil Wayne. The…

                Looks like J. Prince is giving Diddy, Lil Wayne, Birdman and Suge Knight fair warning not to mess with Drake anymore. The Rap-A-Lot Records CEO spoke about the issues concerning Drake on a track and TMZ got the audio.   Also Read: Why Drake Ditched The Grammys For […]