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Michael Prince Johnson’s ‘Street of Danger Vol.1’ Album is Soul-Stirring Masterpiece



Get ready to be blown away by the latest masterpiece from Michael Prince Johnson, “Street of Danger Vol.1” (Extended Version) album. The album boasts 12 captivating songs, each showcasing Johnson’s exceptional talent as a composer, musician, producer, and storyteller. It’s a must-listen for anyone who appreciates soul-stirring music that will leave you wanting more.

Johnson is a skilled musician who has mastered a variety of instruments, including the kalimba, shekere, calabash, surdo, sampler, and drum machine. His proficiency in these instruments showcases his versatility and depth of musical knowledge. Johnson’s immense talent and influence in the music industry have made him one of our time’s most important instrumental musicians. Johnson’s musical genius is evident in his instrumental songs, which feature a fusion of various genres such as instrumental hip-hop, African traditional music, R&B, funk, pop, rock, soul, and EDM. Often referred to as “The King of Instrumental Storytelling,” Johnson’s music delves into various themes such as African history, sociology, psychology, love stories, world history, and current issues. The album’s theme centers around the importance of being mindful of the consequences of our actions in life.

It features international hits such as “Street of Danger Vol.1,” “Madness,” “Think About My Information,” “Don’t Trust Everyone,” “Violent Mind,” and “You’ve Arrived in the Bad World.” His songs have gained worldwide recognition, having received radio airplay on mainstream radio formats and radio charts across multiple continents and countries, including North America (the US and Canada), Europe (the UK, Ireland, and Austria), Oceania (Australia and New Zealand), South America (Peru), Africa (Egypt), and Asia (Korea).

His music has been played on mainstream radio formats such as WRRN Greatest Hits 92 Gold, 562 Live ASCAP, 102.7 KIIS FM, BBC 1, Bounce Radio CKX-FM 96.1 BOB FM, 89.3 LAFM, Hitradio Ö3, and more.

“Some of his most popular songs include “Let’s Go Crazy,” “Black African Civilization Kemet-Egypt,” “History Of Epidemics,” “You Are Important,” “War Produced The Death and Destruction,” “Importance of Nature,” “Time for Wedding,” “Erotic Desire,” and “I Give My Name To Her.” As an Afro-American living in Vienna, Austria, he has established himself as a prominent instrumental music artist, composer, producer, live performer, and DJ. He has achieved worldwide airplay success on mainstream Top 40, adult contemporary music, classic hits, and urban music radio in the US, Canada, UK, and worldwide, becoming the first instrumental music artist based in Austria to do so. With the largest number of songs played among Austrian artists, bands, and DJs on top US radio formats, he has made history and demonstrated his musical prowess. His ability to break barriers and achieve widespread success as an instrumental music artist makes him a true pioneer in the industry.

His music has reached a staggering 500 million listeners globally through 3000 radio stations in 160 countries. He has been praised by leading industry magazines and publications such as The Source, AllHipHop, Billboard, LA Weekly, HipHopSince1987, The Hype Magazine, Vents Magazine, The US Journal, Music Star News, Elite Music News, Celebmix, London Weekly Journal, Redx Magazine, and more.

With over 70 albums and 600 songs to his name since 2007, Johnson has established himself as a prolific artist. He produces, composes, arranges, performs, and mixes all of his songs and albums, earning critical acclaim and a devoted following among music lovers worldwide. He is part of the musical duo The 72 Diamonds with his wife Michaela Queenie Johnson, and owner of the record label and booking agency

Don’t miss out on experiencing the magic of Michael Prince Johnson’s latest album, “Street of Danger Vol.1” (Extended Version). Visit today to embark on an emotional rollercoaster of the soul. The album is available on all digital platforms.