Rapper ProGame born Ray Christopher Dantzler, native of Orangeburg, South Carolina was the oldest of five children. At the age of 1 year old, his family moved to Harlem, N.Y. He spent his years in Harlem until the age of 5, before moving to High Point, NC.
At the age of 9 years old, he developed a love for music. As a child, ProGame knew he was destined to be in the music business. By the age of 15, he had started rapping and was generously offered two record deals. Now, he is currently a writer as well as a producer. He has composed various R&B, Country, Rap, and Pop for a variety of artists. Throughout his years of making music and expressing his dislike of poverty and the problems in our nation, ProGame has transitioned to a Gospel artist that is able to use his inspiration from God’s teachings to connect with others on the real important issues. As an artist, he is always open to new ways to expand his knowledge of the music business and always looking forward to conquering any new and challenging task that may come his way.
During his free time, Progame is frequently writing rap and r&b songs, producing beats, and researching the music business. He has received recognition for his accomplishments as an artist and model in The Source Magazine and The Heat Magazine. Currently, ProGame is working hard to expand his business ventures by starting Chriselle Records. He is also in the makings of bring out his new GEM cd in Fall 2012 with collaborations by labelmate Danielle Barrino.