Smash Pictures Streets 'Prince the Penetrator'

CHATSWORTH, Calif.— has released Prince the Penetrator, a showcase for male performer Prince Yahshua's brand of full-contact fucking.

Directed by Jim Powers, the movie's female cast features Kagney Linn Karter, Remy LaCroix, Asa Akira, Erica Fontes, Tiffany Doll and Lily Carter. In it, Prince demonstrates his signature sexual positions "The F150" and "The Atom Bomb."

"It's an honor and pleasure to know that through the love of my fans and peers in the industry, they helped motivate me to come back stronger, faster, and better than before," Prince said, alluding to the on-set accident that threatened his career. "I'm in the best shape of my life right now and never looking back. If not for the industry's support, there wouldn't be a Prince Yahshua here today."

Smash Pictures Vice President Stuart Wall told AVN that he decided to use Prince in his own movie because he's a special male performer.

"I've known Prince since even before he was a star, so we known each other for many years," Wall said. "When picking male talent there's a lot you need to take into consideration—someone that shows up on time, can keep wood and performs well. Prince fits all those key points and has appeared in almost all our interracial and black films because we love using him. Then, during this past AVN show in January, we put our heads together to shoot a film based all around him."

Prince the Penetrator currently is ranked No. 5 on's bestsellers chart.

Prince will be on the airwaves this week, appearing on James Bartholet's Inside the Industry tomorrow night from 8-9 p.m., and on Thursday afternoon on Size Matters hosted by Lexington Steele.

Meanwhile, Yahshua's own company, Silverback Entertainment, is now branching out into clothing with a new line called Silverback Clothing, featuring custom t-shirts and tank tops for men, and spaghetti-strap style shirts for the ladies.

The award-winning star and entrepreneur has other ambitions too. "Like the old saying goes, what I really want to do is direct," Prince said.