Future Fambo evolves on debut album

Thursday, July 14, 2016

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Evolve — The Uprise, deejay Future Fambo’s first album, will be released on Monday by Tropical Electric Productions.

The burly artiste’s Blaze Entertainment Records inc will market the 13-song project, which he said "is definitely not your ordinary dancehall album".

It contains the hit
Bloodc....e Song (aka
Bad Boy Song), which was released last year, and his latest,
Rick Flair Pt2 featuring IamStylezMusic.

"I have quite a few singles to drop from the album and videos for all of them, so definitely know that I’m going hard because its my first album, so it has to be big. Billboard and Grammy big," he declared.

After relative success with songs like Kung Fu as Future Troubles, Warren Williams (his real name) became Future Fambo six years ago.

He had a massive hit in 2010 alongside Beenie Man with the party anthem
Rum And Red Bull.

To promote
Evolve — The Uprise, Future Fambo is scheduled to start a month-long tour of the United States on July 23. That trek will be followed by shows in Canada and Germany.

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