Remastered, re-released with two additional unreleased tracks as a bonus. The classic stunning previous album by the Blak Prophetz had to be re-released due to public demand. Tracks from these album has also been snapped up by the industry media companies and used for TV commercials as seen at your local cinemas and TV.
The first track known to be released by this band can be found on a rare compilation called "The Wheel Project" which was a community project for local talent. The Blak Prophetz had no real interest to be on this project as they saw it as a step in the wrong direction,
After a long discussion, the Blak Prophetz agreed and released a track entitled "Feel the Force". This track got the Blak Prophetz their first real record deal with a small independent record label called GTI/Kick in Records based in West London, United Kingdom. It was with this label that the Blak Prophetz released another track entitled "Fax on Wax", which for legal reasons only came out on a limited edition promo. The Blak Prophetz were soon signed by Tony Powell Director of Pinnacle Distribution, London who had his own label called Kold Sweat Records. It was with this label the Blak Prophetz release the track called "Chapter One".
Sure Shot of Blak Prophetz started to get requests from bands and artists all over the world asking for assistance with their productions. This meant that the Blak Prophetz was somewhat put on hold for a short period so that Sure Shot could complete his productions and projects. DJ Sure Shot has worked with/collaborated with Ced Gee (Ultramagnetic MC's), DJ Tony Tone (Cold Crush Brothers) and Afrika Bambaataa.
This album was originally released in 2005, Created in United Kingdom, Some track vocals were recorded in New York, USA