One of the biggest names in hip-hop for the last 25 years is one that you may not hear as often as you should. As long as I’ve been hearing his name, it wasn’t until 2010 that I was able to put a face with the name. I had a roommate in college that was a Texas music head, and schooled me on some of the tall tales and the story behind who really ran the south. We’re talking about a man who’s partly responsible for finding such legendary acts as Scarface, UGK, and Do Or Die. That guy is J Prince, the godfather of the Houston rap scene.