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Saturday Nov 06
From hustling at the stoplight at Greenwood on the St James/Trelawny border, to now recording music and seeing a bright future ahead of him, Young Hustler tells his story that he hopes will inspire other aspiring young artistes to hold the faith in their quests for success in the business.
In this week’s What’s Up feature, Ramon Lindsay chats with the artiste about his life and his aspirations going forward, and naturally serves up a taste of the Young Hustler brand of music.
Sit back and meet the man who said few believed in his talent back then, but buoyed by his mother’s support and encouragement and a lucky contact and break in the business, he is now well on the way towards fulfilling some of his dreams.
Step forward, Young Hustler!
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