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Profisee cut his musical teeth with the heavy hitting Yard Emcees whose self titled EP earned them a Dazed & Confused award for music and a deal with innovative label One Little Indian in 2003.Since parting ways and focusing on his solo work, Profisee has notched up collaborations with artists such as Hint (Tru Thoughts),The Hidden Orchestra (Tru Thoughts) and Neil Landstrumm (Planet Mu). Profisee's consistently flawless delivery backed with intelligent lyrics has brought him the respect of anyone lucky enough to have crossed his path. His sounds have transported him through London to Mexico, whilst headlining at the Big Chill Festival on his tour with Hexstatic along the way. Championed by the likes of Rinse FM, Kiss FM and BBC Radio 1, the Zoning E.P was the first official release through his Cloak X Dagger label. Produced by acclaimed San Francisco producer Eprom, Profisee took the squelching beats & bass to another dimension with remixes by the LuckyMe cool-ective, on both digital and vinyl format. Profisee's debut album 'From All Angles' boasts an impressive array of accomplished and fresh out the blocks producers such as the bass music don Starkey, electronica's indomitable Neil Landstrumm, riddim king Poirier,beat mathematician Dam Mantle and Glasgow's current hip hop medallion S-Type, allowing Profisee to utilise his formidable delivery across an enticing musical landscape. From All Angles explores the tests and quests we all experience and seek: finding a direction, keeping perspective, and reflection, recognising that we already possess all the tools we ever need, Profisee surmises "Find yourself, then make the progression" ...