Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Allah's Apprentice @ Art On the Wall

MUSIC + ART + ARTISTS = A.O.W. (Art On the Wall)

Monday, August 5, 2013

Allah's Apprentice | Al-Mu'minun (The Believers)

NEW MUSIC! A few bars for the brave truth seekers, Al-Mu'minun, yeah this for The Believers!


Friday, May 24, 2013

Allah's Apprentice | Top 10 | Vol. 1

The People Have Spoken.

1. Real Music
2. As-Salaam
3. Put It On Repeat
4. $20 Budget
5. Girls in the Hood
6. I Spy
7. Queen
8. Successful
9. No Straps, No Sets
10. What That Be Like
11. Choosin'

Thanks for voting!

Now Follow the Journey @AllahsApprentic

Keep it Positive


Sunday, April 21, 2013

Vinson Muhammad aka ALLAH'S APPRENTICE to perform at FVSU

The FVSU Canterbury Club at St. Luke's Episcopal Church, Fort Valley, will host an end of semester "Pre-Exam Jam," featuring outstanding student singers and musicians from the Baptist Student Union (BSU), under the direction of Greg Millerand 3 Piece and a Biscuit, in association with Fine Arts Prof. Dr. Franklin Gross. These two campus groups will warm up the crowd as the opening acts for the Jam headliner, multi-talented Macon hip-hop recording artist, Vinson Muhammad, whose performing name is Allah's Apprentice.

Mr. Muhammad is the producer and host of Macon's annual Real Talk Hip-Hop Summit and the Kwanzaa Youth Night events at the Douglass Theatre. He has performed internationally in Europe, Africa, and the Carribbean and has been an opener for James Brown, Dwele, Lailah Hathaway, and appeared in T.I.'s "Hear Ye, Hear Ye" music video featuring Pharell Williams. Known as a "certified renaissance man," Muhammad is a graduate of Morehouse College in Business Administration and has two independent CDs and several music videos to his credit.

The Pre-Exam Jam will take place:

Date: Tuesday, April 23

Time: 6-8 PM

Place: Lawn (indoors if raining) of St. Luke's Episcopal Church

1000 State University Drive (directly across from FVSU)


Refreshments will be available for purchase

Friday, March 22, 2013


Thank you to all the Bornday Blessings, but while we have learned to look for gifts and praise on this day, through the teachings of the Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad, I have learned to use this day to thank and honor Almighty God for this blessing of life, my mother for her sacrifice to get me here, and my father for his role in bringing me to life. So instead of focusing on the gifts I receive, I CHOOSE to FOCUS on what I can do to honor them with my life by using my talents and gifts to make the world a better place. With that being said, I present the world with a gift- a snippet of the theme song of Growth, Progress, and Productivity that inspired #TURNUP The Movement-
A movement dedicated to inspiring progress in positive endeavors. It could be your professional endeavors, education, world peace, health, fitness, etc. It's a mindset and a lifestyle. Go Further, Go Harder, Go Higher. #TURNUP!

Now I do still accept gifts so if you feel the message and would like to support the movement, feel free to donate for a download here!:



Wednesday, March 20, 2013


Many people ask me why I carry my horn everywhere I go. There are many reasons, but this is one of the best ones: To connect instantly to the positive spirits of people worldwide. This is an example of how music connects people and brings Love and Unity to the World! #TURNUP the LOVE and UNITY!

Monday, March 18, 2013

Allah's Apprentice x Middle Georgia State College (What That Be Like LIVE!)

Middle Georgia State College on Allah's Apprentice as an artist and musician:

“....His words are thought provoking and he truly takes his audience on a journey through a modern day appreciation for poets, and other artist from the 60’s to the present. Allah’s Apprentice is a poet in motion as he creatively articulates his personal testimonies while he encourages his audience of young people to “turn-up” the passions in their lives, whether it be through musicianship, artistry and or education. He is a must see artist!!!!!”
-Crystal Allen-Joyner, MGSC Multicultural Affairs Coordinator-


Friday, January 18, 2013

Kalimba Master Meets Hip Hop/Jazz Prodigy

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Vinson Muhammad 478-361-2880

January 12, 2013     


Macon, GA—Kevin Spears, an Atlanta-based Kalimba artist with blinding skill and musical creativity often compared to innovators like Herbie Hancock, Jimi Hendrix and Les Paul; and Macon's own Allah's Apprentice aka Vinson Muhammad, gifted poet, inspirational mc and jazz trumpeter will team up for a live show Sunday, February 3rd at 5 p.m. at Macon's Historic Douglass Theatre. Tickets to this unique performance starting off Black History Month 2013, are $10 in advance, $15 and now on sale at the Douglass.

The concert is dedicated to the legacy of great African-American musicians demonstrating the unifying power of music to touch and give meaning to the lives of all people. The community is urged to support positive progressive music. In this case the kalimba, a hand held wooden percussion instrument of African origin, with ringing metal strips played as a thumb piano has been revolutionized by Kevin Spears, who has performed internationally, including a recent tour of Japan and was recently featured by Japan's legendary radio personality Masaharu Yoshioka. Spears has also teamed up with Grammy winning percussionist Count M'Butu of the Derek Trucks Band to form a dynamic world fusion duo called Rhythm Nomadic and has worked with and/or opened for India Arie, Eric Benet, Victor Wooten, Arrested Development, Toubab Krewe, Col. Bruce Hampton, Richard Smith (guitarist for Earth, Wind and Fire), Vinx, Mamadou Doumbia (of Salif Keita band), Epizo Bangoura, Jhelisa Anderson, Yonrico Scott (of Derek Trucks Band), Moziak (of Fela Kuti) and Divinity (bassist for Beyonce).

Macon native Vinson Muhammad, whose performing name is Allah's Apprentice, is a multi-talented hip hop recording artist, accomplished b-boy, host of Macon's popular, annual Real Talk Hip Hop Summit and Kwanzaa Youth Night events, and a jazz trumpeter. He also has performed internationally in London, Egypt, and Haiti as well as in Dallas, Texas, New York City, and frequently in Atlanta and Macon. Resume credits include opening onstage for James Brown, Dwele, Lailah Hathaway, and appearing in TI's music video “Here Ye, Hear Ye” featuring Pharell Williams. Known as a “certified renaissance man”, Muhammad is a graduate of Morehouse College in Business Administration with two independent albums, and several music videos under his belt.

The Black history artistic renaissance continues at the Douglass Theatre with this exciting, positive, and progressive concert by two beautiful rising star artists from our own region. This is a show for the whole family and the whole community; support great music in Macon, February 3rd.