From the streets of BaltimoreFrom the streets of Baltimore, MD comes the fresh, raw, new sound of Profit Ness. His is a story of youth and struggle, truth and consequences. All he thought he loved was lost. His mother had him at fifteen. His father like many black men was not in the picture. On Easter Sunday nineteen ninety nine his grandmother, who raised him through his childhood, passed away inside the church. She was fifty six. April the eighteenth two thousand four, his best friend was murdered while they were standing side by side. Profit Ness was grazed and his friend died in his arms. Profit Ness definitely has a story to tell. Not since the days of 2pac and Notorious B. I.. G. Has an artist come along with such hunger and raw talent. He is a songwriter for himself and others. Even if he didn't have the look or the stage presence needed for platinum success; which he does. His song writing capabilities could carry numerous artists to the top of rap, r&b, or any variety of music. He hears the music and knows what the producer wanted the music to say. You could tell him your story and he'd have your story in three verses in an hour. Profit Ness is rare as Lauren Hill minus the singing voice. How many artists are there with equal song writing ability in both rap and r&b genres. His music is his life and no one else's. His is fact not fiction. His is a life that can be saved or lost if given the opportunity to tell his story. No one will out work him. No one is more deserving. This is no gamble. The music speaks for itself. Commit to him and commit to excellence. A sample of his song writing and awareness to current events can be heard easily in reading this chorus that just awaits a background track from any producer. Hum it as you read it: IF I GO BACK TO IRAQ I DON'T THINK I'M COMING BACK I DON'T WANT YA HAVE TO SEE WHAT I'VE SEEN WHEN I GO BACK TO IRAQ WITH MY RIFLE AND MY PACK GOING BACK TO WAR JUST TO ASK THE LORD WHAT HE WANT FROM ME Profit Ness Contact Profit Ness at 443 742 0264 or 443 326 2115.