Prince Amine released his first album, XVIII, on his 18th birthday. Not skipping a beat, he released his second album, Hram Vybez (meaning “sinful vibes”) less than a year later, which climbed to #9 on the NACC National Airplay Hip Hop Chart. That same summer while promoting Hram Vybez in Atlanta, he started writing new songs with a different sound, more soulful and closer to the legends he listened to while adding a modern twist. But success doesn’t come easy and after a series of personal and professional obstacles, what started as an EP became a full concept album entitled Doubted Child.
Known for his charismatic and dynamic stage presence, Prince Amine opened for international artists such as Young M.A., Dadju, Maître Gims and Mr. Eazi.