With recent single releases Everyday, Been Hustlin‘ and Done All The Hype, #HAMFW album looks set to be a really good album, if any of those tracks are to go by. Guvna B has set a really high bar in production, versatility and consistency.
I was a pretty lazy kid growing up and my Dad would always say to me “Son, hands are made for working.” It was his way of telling me that nothing comes easy in life, and if I don’t work hard, I won’t get much done or achieve anything worthwhile. He said a lot of things to me in his short life, but for some reason, HAMFW is the phrase that stuck.
There’s a sense that there is a new fire in his belly, especially with all the single releases for the album making this project peak with high interest, as the album will clearly delve deep into his past, present and future, showing a real exposure to who he is, surly his most exposed project yet…
I’m passionate about putting out positive faith-based music that is relevant to culture today, while not shying away from talking about the tough times.
In this ‘coming of age’ album, he sets us up with a realness that can’t be forced. It is time for him to share the experiences and wisdom that he has, with his ever-growing supporter base and help make a positive change with the platform he’s been blessed with.
HAMFW contains wisdom from lessons learned and reflections on finding hope and faith in difficult times.
There’s no doubt the album will be steeped in quality, but will is be as exposed and real as his first 3 singles have presented?
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