Meet the Rap Therapy family.
Proph (Bhishma Asare) is a young rapper who was raised in Thornton Heath and considered “The rapper, next in line”. With his phenomenal wordplay and unique musical flow, he explains through his music what he experiences and has seen on a day to day basis, making him one of the most relatable artists to come out of such an area. He is an independent unsigned artist and funds his own music creations with a close team of people.
The media have also been fond of Proph including The Metro newspaper as they wrote an exclusive feature on him talking against knife crime on his song “Blue Tears”. He has experience performing at Croydon Box Park, Notting Hill Carnival, BBC Radio, plus more.
Hailing from Yorkshire, Huddersfield to be exact. Danny Platinum has come to make his mark in the City of London through his unique musical talents. Self Producing all his music with the blend of his strong northern accent proves that what you hear has never been heard before.
When Jumping on board with Proph and the Rap Therapy team, Platinum saw that this was a great platform for young people of all ages and backgrounds. Teaching them different ways to release their creativity and mental baggage. Also, It is a great way for the teachers to understand how their students act and react to certain situations.
Richard has experience as a director of photography, an editor, a producer and a director. Whether factual or fictional; whether selling a dress, marketing a start up, or shaping a short; they are all about telling a story. Art is an extension of the soul and visual artwork both visual, digital and print are all mediums we consume on a daily basis. Hard work paired with a key focus to inspire is the core of his work.
He works mainly with musicians on artist branding, headshots, album covers and music videos. Richard’s goal is to share this experience with the students of Rap Therapy to give an insight into visual expression and creating an image around music.