Prince Alla aso known as Prince Allah or Ras Allah (born with the name Keith Blake) is a Jamaican roots reggae singer. He was born in May 10, 1950 in Denham Town, Kingston, Jamaica. His career start in the 1960s and still continue with a several releases in 2000.
Keith Blake's career start in the vocal group "The Leaders" together with Roy Palmer and Milton Henry (they recorded three songss with producer Joe Gibbs in the 1960. When "The Leaders" split up, he pursue to work with Gibbs (he is the one who issued his single debut "Woo Oh Oh". Keith Blake have been fascinated in the Rastafari movement since his childhood years. In 1969, his Rastafarian belief see him greatly involved in Jamaica's camp community, he back out from the music world and he resided in Prince Emmanuel Edwards' camp at Bull Bay. He came back in the field of music in the mid 1970 and he released a single "Born a Fighter" with producer Teddy Powell. He start working with Bertram Brown's Freedom Sounds with a set of recordings, but now under the nickname Prince Alla, which considered now as roots reggae classics such like "Bucket Bottom", "Lot's Wife", and "Stone", "Sun Is Shining".