Thursday, June 4, 2015

Future Fambo at Odds With U.S Record Label, Artiste Vents [LISTEN AUDIO]

International dancehall star Future Fambo who was recently in the island for a media blitz to promote 'Bloodclaute Song' the lead single from his upcoming album 'Evolve - The Uprise' appears to be at odds with his record label.

Currently signed to U.S based recording imprint Blaze Entertainment Records, the 'Rum and Red Bull' singer seems to be embroiled in some controversy with label executives over the impending album among other internal matters. Only hours ago an audio clip surfaced via social media of the deejay venting his frustration with the project stating, "weh oonu can stop fi me... mi nuh understan weh di p*ssycl**t oonu a seh.. mi nuh tell yuh fi tek di b*mbocl**t song... it come in like oonu nuh undstan' me enuh" a seemingly angry Fambo said among a series of other rants.

When contacted Blaze Entertainment Records C.E.O, Stylez said he is aware of the situation but was unable to comment at this time due to legalities surrounding the matter. But promised that all will be revealed in due course. Efforts to reach Fambo for a comment proved futile as we were told he is currently overseas.
Celebrating over two decades in the music industry, Future Fambo was expected to kick off his North American tour to promote the album this month. Speaking in a radio interview about the project 
a few weeks earlier Fambo said,

"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,"

However based on the recent turn of events, the project could be in jeopardy of being shelved.

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.