Queen Prophecy

"Music is in our DNA"


Queen Prophecy is a Chicago native headed by her mother and father. She is the youngest of five children. As a young child Prophecy grew up singing gospel music and classical music through local choirs, as well as listening to Rhythm and Blues (R&B), Hip Hop, Pop, Rock and Roll, and other genres of music throughout her household experiences. Prophecy’s music is a divine mix of real-life experiences, spirituality, and true knowledge.

Queen Prophecy’s journey as a musician started when she was 13 years old when she realized she could sing her music. Prophecy’s passion for entertainment was fueled when her Classical choir had their first taste of the stage singing with Donny Osmond in the Broadway hit musical “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.” Her experience with the play inspired Prophecy to continue to follow her dream of becoming a performer, singing with an all-girls R&B group throughout her teenage years. She began writing for underground hip hop artists and filling in as a backup singer when needed. She sang backup for Meek MzTeek opening up at The Congress Theater (Chicago,IL) for Elephant Man. Prophecy became the female singer in an underground hip hop group named C-Fam. It was during this time, that she began to explore more of her own lyrical skills spittin bars on some of their tracks. Prophecy used her life experiences to fuel her creativity in music, which led to her becoming a solo artist. Being a highly spiritual individual is what encouraged the inspirational aspect of her music. Prophecy has been seen at #BlackLivesMatter marches around the West side of Chicago. Prophecy has performed throughout the city of Chicago, and has had the pleasure of  performing on the same stage as some of Chicago’s legendary artists, such as Crucial Conflict, and Twista. She recently performed alongside the strongest female emcees here in Chicago, taking her position as a well known artist in the city. She has begun making radio appearances as well.  She recently featured on a song called Teach by Doubt Johnson, which can also be found on all major music platforms. Queen Prophecy has truly created her own lane meant for true inspiration.

Queen Prophecy’s goal is to encourage positivity in broken communities of color and to inspire the youth growing up to be a part of the positive change the world needs to see. Queen Prophecy as a solo artist hopes to use music as a vehicle to inspire the world and in turn model a better way for all youth to be positively resilient in the face of adversity. Queen Prophecy believes that to inspire love, one must lead by example. For Queen  Prophecy, love is an ingredient the world needs more of, and she believes her music is a universal language of love we all can speak.