Eric “Prospect” White is a teaching, performing, and recording artist whose creative hustle and advocacy for youth makes him one of the most in-demand facilitators in St. Louis. In addition to being a self taught DJ, rapper, and poet, Prospect has a wealth of experience as a program designer, festival organizer, and event host. He is a 2014 graduate of Regional Arts Commission’s Community Arts Training Institute, co-founder of Cherokee Street Reach, co-founder of St. Louis Reclamation Arts Project, host and curator of Regional Arts Commission’s “With Not For” exhibit, musical and visual artist for Slumfest, and the founder of Out Hrr Events! He’s the founder and co-host of the weekly Trap & Chill TV and the lead organizer of the annual Juneteenth Celebration on Cherokee Street. As a performing and recording artist within the FarFetched Collective, Prospect blends poignant subject matter with an intelligent, calculated word play, creating a kinetic and visceral experience for all who listen. Prospect is as focused as he is creative, and as forthright as he is caring. Youth and fellow artists embrace his warmth and unflinching dedication to truly being “out hrr,” doing the good work with the youth and fighting the good fight of reclaiming power for his community.
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