It’s been a few years since Providence-based rapper Jon Hope delivered a project to fans. His last effort was 2018’s Work In Progress, but today the drought ends with his new album, Hope All Is Well.
Placing nine tracks on the table for listeners to enjoy, Hope’s latest body of work aims to bring “that hope sh*t,” the driving force being his music, to life. He recently spoke on the phrase in an interview with The Boston Globe. “It’s not necessarily ‘by your bootstraps,'” he said. “It’s more or less: Give yourself permission to be great.”
The project features an intro from Jim Jones and contributions from Israel Wusu, Mary Gipson (“Black Rose“), Ceez, Luke Bar$, and more.
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