Randall “Profane S. Flames” Seewald was born November 27th, 1985 in the downtown section of Muskegon Michigan. He excelled in basketball until he broke his leg in a skate park acident. Without basketball, he struggled to find his place in the world. He rapped in local ciphers, and battled classmates. Eventually he was proclaimed “One of the best in the city of Muskegon.”
In the meantime, He spent time in the streets, looking up to the nieborhood drug dealers, and “street life” of the inner city. That same year, Fane dropped out of high school, soon to relize his passion for music. In 2002, after a huge altercation with his mother, Fane decided to sign up for the Atterbury Job Corp Center in Edinburgh Indiana.
As maturity set in, Fane’s desire to be the best emcee in the game grew. While attending Job Corp, Profane started a group called The I-Mobb. He solidified his spot on campus as one of the best by performing in talent shows, and damaging every cipher he would touch. In 2004. After graduating Atterbury Job Corp Center, he moved, with former I-Mobb member Tiger, to Columbus Indiana. This is where his quest to make noise in the music industry began.
In 2006, deep into the drug game and night life, he decided it was time to pursue music. He started promoting his group, The I-Mobb, and putting together the Welcome 2 Mobb City Mixtape, which would later gain him a local fanbase. In 2007 he took the next step in his music career and moved to Indianapolis.
In 2007, he returned to his home town to pursue furthur education, and expand his fan base. After linking back up with friends, Deezy and E-Cham, he brought them up to speed with the I-Mobb movement. Both decided to join the group, and would soon make the first installment to the I-Mobb discagraphy, a double disc entitled The Rise 2 Power Vol 1. The album was a local sucess, selling nearly 2,000 copies city wide. Though the CD was a sucess, The state of Michigan was in a financial decline, so jobs were scarce. Having no intensions on going back to the drug game, he decided to give the city another shot, and took his sucess from the double disc, back to Columbus Indiana.
Upon arrival, he released a greatest hits mixtape entitled Hood Classics Vol 1. In 2008, He released his highly anticipated third mixtape, Fix Ya Face. It received great reviews for songs like “Get Ya Lame On” Feat Big Mark, “Always Be Me”, and “Serving Heat” Feat B-Style. In the fall of 2009, he met fellow local artist Justus Lloyd and was soon linked up with Game Face Entertainment’s CEO Trajik. Trajik was impressed and offered Profane a contract with Game Face Entertainment.
Profane .S. Flames has appearences on GFE artist’s Justus Lloyd’s The Justus System Inferno, Trajiks Enemy Of The State, and future projects by the Allstar La Familia. Its been a long journey, but now Profane .S. Flames is here, and ready to make his mark as an established, well rounded artist in the Hip hop indystry. Profane is currently working on M.O.B.B. (Money Ova Bullshittin & Bitchniggaz.) It should be released sometime at the end of summer, or early fall. He will also be dropping a new video for “What Up,” the single off his new project coming soon.