Mise The Prince: From Struggle to Fame

Mise Da Prince’s real name is Joseph A Sanchez, and he was born on March 1, 1993, in New York. Mise grew up in the Farragut Projects neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York. Mise initially became interested in football when he was a child, and his favorite club, the New York Giants, was his hometown team. He aspired to be an athlete and make it to the professional level, but he was injured while playing football and had to retire. Mise first became interested in music in 2006, and he particularly liked the sound of rap; he used to spend his days watching rap videos on YouTube. After getting injured, Mise’s mother saw his interest in music and recommended that he try his hand at rapping. In accordance with his mother’s suggestion, Mise started rapping, eventually recording a song with his cousins over Black Rob’s “Can I Live” rhythm. Mise published his debut six-song EP on SoundCloud, set to industry beats. The first song he uploaded was titled “Pride,” and it was met with a lot of positive feedback. Mise started performing all across the east coast, from New York City to Pennsylvania to North Carolina, in order to take his music to the next level. Mise, together with his cousin, formed a gang known as the “Legal Hittaz” to fight crime. They worked with the label Fast Fetti Ent. on this project. Mise then published three albums on the label “Prince Of The City,” including “You Know The Vibes” and “Respect My Pen,” as well as a number of singles. Since then, he has teamed up with Meztheprod and Aechelon Records to release a number of albums and EPs under their labels. Mise was featured on a Times Square billboard as well as in the famous magazine Rap Aechelon, which sold 9000 copies in the United States on its own. Mise Da Prince just released the song “Streets Made Me,” which has already become an instant classic. From the clever lyrics to the lyrical wordplay, this album will go down in history as one of the best.

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