Shaolin disciple, proficient in 5 languages, with an MBA, rapper and all around artist, Philippe Prosper is poised to make a lasting impact on the world of arts and entertainment. The phrase “ jack of all trades and master of none” couldn’t be farther from the truth for this multifaceted entertainer. Growing up studying martial arts for 5-8 hours a day and being inducted as an actual disciple of a Southern Shaolin Grandmaster has seared an insatiable work ethic in him. Today, an international martial arts Grand Champion in fighting, weapons, and forms- an exceptional rap artist- an exhibited fine artist-an fashion model and actor- Christian missionary and international speaker, Philippe shows no sign of stopping. His various endeavors have privileged him to grace media outlets such as Marie Claire magazine, Greece’s SOUL Magazine, DC Modern Luxury, Hong Kong’s New Martial Hero Kung Fu Magazine, MOST Fashion Magazine, AMPED Sounds’ Independent Music Magazine, the Rap Manual, The Washingtonian and more - Prosper has taught seminars, been a keynote speaker, and performed all over the United States and internationally from colleges to orphanages spanning over 7 countries, from places like China to Rwanda. Prosper is one half of martial arts duo Hero Art. “ I am inspired by the divinely created world all around me to create thought provoking art that touches on anything that causes people to think”.
Look out for Philippe Prosper as a lead in 4 new martial arts films coming out in 2016 and his debut Mixtape called “ Rap is a Martial Art” , coming out in winter 2016. Prosper plans to live up to the tag“ your favorite rapper’s favorite rapper” that rap critic “the Critic” associated him with; calling him “ the rapper with the best rap flow in the last decade”. He was also currently cast as one of the fight choreographers and the lead actor for an apocalyptic martial arts film scheduled to be released in Spring 2016. “ Rap Rap is a martial art.
Philippe Prosper is currently filming Martial Arts Films " Hologram" (Directed by Desmond Osei with special affects by Cenk Cevdet from the Avengers, and Transformers), Martial Arts film " Yes They Bleed" (Directed by Peter Liciaga-martial artist from Last Air Bender), "The Mark" (Directed by Ron Newcomb From the Forge Studios). Some of Philippe's songs will be featured on the soundtracks. Look out for these films in Spring/Summer 2016