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Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Future Fambo Talks New Album, Tour & Trying Freemasonry [WATCH VIDEO]

Celebrating over two decades in the music industry, recording artiste Future Fambo is back with a vengeance and has been working assiduously to reclaim his spot among the echelons of dancehall amidst breaking barriers on the international scene. 

Now signed to U.S based recording imprint Blaze Entertainment Records, the 'Rum and Red Bull' singer recently returned to Jamaica for a media blitz to promote his upcoming album 'Evolve - The Uprise'. One of the many stops on the campaign was at the popular Nightly Fix radio show aired on NewsTalk 93FM every Thursday.

In an almost thirty minutes long interview Fambo spoke about a wide range of topics including getting his big break in 1994; going from wealthy to broke three times due to excessive gambling and alcohol; having to sleep in limousines; begging dubs to pay his bills; being a father of four and even turning to the Freemason fraternity for guidance and protection. 

Closing off the interview Fambo says he's currently working on two remixes with Sean Paul  and Snoop Dogg while promoting the single 'Bloodclaute Song' which has been gaining immense popularity in the North American market resulting in an upcoming tour of that region which gets on the way May 27th commencing in the U.S.

'Evolve' the album features twelve masterfully crafted tracks including 'One More Time', 'Wine For Me' and the lead single 'Bloodclaute Song'. An official video for the latter  was shot in North Carolina and is slated for released in the days ahead.

According to Fambo, "Perfection takes time, so I have placed a lot of energy and time in it. It shows off a more mature side of me and features a lot of up-tempo music. I really hope that it will resonate well with the fans,"

Fambo said one of his favourites from the compilation is 'One More Time'.
"It is really inspirational. It's a song that encourages persons not to give up and to try one more time," he added.

Formerly Future Troubles, Fambo whose given name is Warren Williams began his career in the early 1990s. He scored with hits including China Mi Live and the chart-topper Kung Fu. After a name-change several years later, he released party anthem such as Rum and RedBull with Beenie Man, This Life, and Drunken Dance, which were well received.