IT WAS JAMES PRINCE DAY IN THE CITY OF HOUSTON!

PRINCE: HAS BEEN 20 YEARS ALREADY!

Houston rap mogul James Prince of Rap-a-Lot records was given a proclamation by council member Ronald Green and Mayor Bill White declaring it his day. They recognized Prince’s 20 years of commitment to the city of Houston and its people. The owner of Prince Boxing Complex was also recognized for his civic endeavors that included giving thousands of children toys each year for Christmas, housing more than 300 Katrina evacuees back in 2005, and for providing courses and resources for both children and senior citizens at his Jensen street compound. Prince said during his acceptance “has it been 20 years already?” James has been the sole owner and operator of the hit making factory Rap-a-Lot Records since he opened the doors back in 1986. Prince is now building a multi-million dollar recreation center with his wife Mary to continue their outreach and dedication to the community. Prince was accompanied by his wife Mary, sister Rhonda Prince, public relations guy Omar Wilson, A&R rep Bone, family, friends and a list of others at the event!