Prez Harris began his musical journey at the age of 8, when he started learning how to play the drums and writing poetry, but it wasn't until his freshman year of college that he accepted his role as a solo artist.
In 2013, Harris started attending Northwestern University, studying Computer Engineering and Music Technology. His freshmen year, he created a student group called DOJO. DOJO, a music community with a deep love for Hip Hop, reintroduced creating music to Harris and soon after the group’s creation, he was inspired to begin rapping again.
In January 2015, he released his debut mixtape, State of The Union. The ten-track project featured artists and producers such as Thaddeus Tukes, AleXander, Aria Charles, Adhana Reid, LexOfNP, Detrakz, Paul Cabbin, etc. Harris began doing shows non-stop after the release, throughout Illinois and Wisconsin opening up for major acts like, B.o.B., Jay Electronica, Little Simz, and CJ Fly. Along with local shows, he embarked on his Campaign College Tour in 2016 performing at colleges throughout the Midwest.
Harris is now set to release his next project, an EP entitled A Different World, this year.