PRLog - July 10, 2012 - SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Born and raised in San Jose California, Hassan Wilson or better known by his stage name PB Tha Prince has always been a ladies man. At an early age the 19 year old rapper has always envisioned his self being the best. His style of hip hop is electric and it can be enjoyed by people of all ages.
In describing his upcoming first project Prince starts with “I had to adapt to a lot of new things”. Dion McGill is head of Artist Development and helps manage work flow. Working with Camp Carter International it’s more like a family and everybody that’s down at the label is very supportive we all give each other tough criticism to make sure we come out with the best results” shortly he said after “It’s a team effort to put the best music out”. The result from that is displayed in his new single “It’s PB Tha Prince” an upbeat club song “It’s PB Tha Prince” has listeners learning some new dance moves. http://www.youtube.com/
What’s outstanding about this up and comer is the work ethic and his relationship with Camp Carter International He said “I’ve known James Carter for years I first met him at my grandma’s funeral he listened to my song and things just clicked after that” His formula for success may change but he keeps the same fundamentals he admitted “hard work, team work and patience.”
As a Bay Area native his background is a culturally diverse one. His mother Heather Collins is of Indonesian decent and his father Raymond Wilson is of Black decent. Exposed to hip hop music early in his childhood. Prince has always liked to be under the spotlight he has been dancing and doing music since he was eight years old. He’s currently a student at De Anza College as well.
Although he may be a dancing machine and ready to launch his career, from the moment PB Tha Prince entered the studio to record his first song he knew he wanted to take the game by storm and make a major impact. PB the Prince and Camp Carter International’