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Professor Jacob Anderson was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on April 29, 1984. Find out about the professor’s work, family, dating/affairs, height, age, and physical characteristics. Find Out How Much Money He Has This Year and How Much He Spends? Discover how, at 39 years old, he made the majority of his net worth as well.

Popular AsJacob Lukas Anderson
OccupationRapper · singer · songwriter
Age39 years old
Net Worth in 2023$1 Million – $5 Million
Zodiac SignTaurus
Born29 April, 1984
Birthday29 April
BirthplaceMinneapolis, Minnesota, U.S.

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The first song from Prof’s recently announced album “POWDERHORN SUITES,” which is scheduled for release on June 26, 2020, was published on April 29, 2020.

Furthermore, Prof’s song “Church” was utilized significantly in the introduction of ABC’s “The Rookie” Season 2, Episode 4 on October 20, 2019.

Prof declared on February 20, 2018, that his next album, Pookie Baby, would be available on April 13, 2018. Prof released the music video for his song “Cousins” on September 6, 2019, which features rapper Cashinova from Saint Paul, Minnesota.

Prof revealed his Rhymesayers first LP, Liability, in May 2015. He also disclosed in that same interview that he has signed with William Morris Endeavor for his upcoming touring endeavors. Prof released the album’s hit “Ghost” as a single. Released on October 16, 2015, Liability reached its highest position on the Billboard 200 list on November 7, 2015, at position 141.

With just an hour’s notice, Prof filled in for Busta Rhymes in May 2013 at the Shakopee, Minnesota, Soundset Music Festival after the rapper failed to show up.

Prof signed with Rhymesayers Entertainment on December 3, 2013. Slug, a co-founder of the label, was featured in the announcement video, which was released together with the single “The Reply”. According to a story in The Star Tribune, Prof. would disclose

2014 saw the release of another album.

Stophouse Music Group published every album up until 2013. Rhymesayers Entertainment released “Liability,” “Pookie Baby,” and “POWDERHORN SUITES.”

Prof was ranked as Minnesota’s 19th-best rapper by the City Pages team in 2012. They gave credit to his musical skill, “his impressive singing voice,” and his capacity to captivate and amuse crowds. In contrast, Dwight Hobbes, a musician and critic for the Twin Cities Daily Planet, claimed that Prof’s 2011 album King Gampo was “rap at its worst” and “asinine, narcissistic self-indulgence run completely riot, without a shred of redeeming artisticry.”

Prof participated on the Rhymesayers’ Welcome to Minnesota tour in 2010. Midway through the 2000s, Prof was a regular performer at the Dinkytowner pub, known for his “drunk show[s]” alongside hype man Rahzwell. This meant that they would start their act only after Rahzwell had passed out from all of the shots and beer they had been given by the patrons. During one of these performances, Prof would get to know Mike Campbell, his manager. Later, Prof and Campbell co-owned the Stophouse Music Group, a record company that runs their own Stophouse Studios in northeast Minneapolis, with Dillon Parker.

Born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Jacob “Jake” Anderson grew up in the Powderhorn area of the city. Colleen, Anderson’s mother, had a difficult connection with her physically violent and unstable father. She eventually divorced him and moved away, taking Anderson’s three elder sisters with her. He created a “comedic, dirty-mouthed rap persona” during his adolescence and called it Gampo, after a classmate from school. In 2002, Anderson received his diploma from Minneapolis South High School.

Rapper, singer, and songwriter Jacob “Jake” Anderson (born April 29, 1984), better known by his stage moniker Prof, is an American who resides in Minneapolis, Minnesota. After releasing Project Gampo, his debut full-length album, in 2007, he went on to create three further albums and three EPs. Prof was listed as one of the top 20 rappers in Minnesota by City Pages in 2012. In late 2013, Prof—a co-owner of Stophouse Music Group—signed with Rhymesayers Entertainment.

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