Late Rapper Proof Will Live on with "Time a Tell"



An album recorded by slain D12 member Proof is slated to be released next year on the Detroit based label Iron Fist Records.

Rapper Proof, who was shot and killed during a dispute at an after-hours club in April this year, will live on with "Time a Tell," a new album and movie his label, Iron Fist Records, is planning to release next year.

"Time a Tell" features 18 tracks written and recorded by Proof during a 24-hour period in January 2006. The set is the fruit of such hard work after Proof was challenged by his friend Julius Myers, known as DJ Jewels Baby, to write and record an album in one day.

In addition to the LP, Iron Fist head also revealed plans to premiere a film of the recording process at Detroit's Star Southfield on March 8 before releasing the album.

© AceShowbiz.com


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