Press cuttings

Rob Prophet and The Prophets Live in Cape Town

 

http://www.capetownmagazine.com/events/rob-prophet-and-the-prophets-live-in-cape-town/2016-10-31/11_37_57084_24

 

Ugandan Sunday Monitor July 10 2016 (By Edgar R. Batte)

 

IT graduate Blaring Reggae

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http://www.monitor.co.ug/Magazines/Life/Information-technology-graduate-blaring-reggae/-/689856/3287518/-/12go900/-/index.html

 

 

2. THE UGANDAN OBSERVER (Sizzling Entertainment Written by Simon Musasizi Wednesday, 21 October 2009 22:0)

Uganda gets her Lucky Dube.

The good thing is that he returns as a better musician under the trade name Rob Prophet. His grand vision is to become a reggae prophet to fill up the space left by slain Lucky Dube.

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3. Music Uganda (Rob Prophet's profile)

The former Lucky Dube Producer who appreciated his knowledge about Roots Reggae Music hence took him into tough training because his mentors were Lucky Dube, Bob Marley and Peter Tosh, which genre Professor Reggae Richard Siluma is very good at. He recorded 20 tracks 10 for international album which will be out early October this year and the production is finished with tracks of: Read more

 

4. The Nation (Malawi)

Rob Prophet fascinates Malawians, with his provocative prophetic roots reggae music. When he did black Voodoo and Is this love the crowd which was shouting out his name and singing along proved to us that he is a great star.

 

5. The Daily Monitor (Uganda)

LUCKY DUBES PRODUCER SIGNS UP UGANDAN SINGER

 

6. ECO (BOTSWANA) 2010

Dancing on Jah Rhythms, Rob Prophet The Ugandan war survivor, inspired by Lucky Dube. He is now a Reggae Icon.