The Memphis hip hop community is grieving the loss of a Memphis rap icon, Nick Scarfo born Nicholas Jackson, 42, founder of Prophet Entertainment (aka Prophet Posse), the founding home of Three 6 Mafia, Killa Klan Kaze and Phatidef Music.
Prophet Entertainment CEO Nick Scarfo talks to MemphisRap.com at the 2007 Southern Entertainment Awards about the new album Prophet Posse: The Return, Part 1 featuring Playa Fly, Pastor Troy, Lil’ Flip, Yo Gotti, Gangsta Boo, Gangsta Blac, Kingpin Skinny Pimp, Blackout, Nick Scarfo, Kelo, Indo-G, Koopsta Knicca, K-Rock, T-Rock, Hottsauce, Raw Dawg, 7:30 and others.
Prophet Posse is back! Boss player Nick Jackson aka Nicki Scarfo from Phatidef Music / Prophet Entertainment has put together a double disc compilation set featuring many of the old Prophet Entertainment members, including: Kingpin Skinny Pimp, Gangsta Blac, Indo G, Gangsta Boo, Koopsta Knicca, K-Rock, T-Rock & more.
With the creation of Prophet Entertainment (the origin label of Three 6 Mafia) years ago, Nick Scarfo is back at it again.
“Nick aka Scarfo,” Ceo of Phatidef Music (K-Rock-A-Fella) is suing Juicy J and DJ Paul for $20 million, claiming that he was 33% part owner of Prophet Entertainment.