At the launch of his debut album in November 2011, singer Prophecy spoke of his commitment to recording songs for posterity. The album, Break Loose, got generally favorable reviews but little has been heard of him since. Prophecy returns with three new songs -- September's Rain, How Could I and Make It Happen -- which are teasers for his second album, scheduled for release early next year. Break Loose contained the hit son,g No Body Bags and a cover of Black Uhuru's, Party in Session , which was done with that group's former lead singer, Michael Rose and deejay Delly Ranks. The 41-year-old Prophecy was raised Rohan Alexander Brown in the St Thomas town of Lyssons. He earned a national profile in 1998 by making the top 10 of the Festival Song Competition with Higher Ground. Prophecy's new album, A Free Man, is expected to be released on April 3.