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H_art The Band Unveils New ‘Simple Man’ Album

H_art The Band

H_art The Band

Renown Kenyan boy band, H_art The Band now unleash a new album titled "Simple Man".

The band explains that the that this album is sentimental as it symbolises their story from humble beginnings to the success that they have been blessed to experience.

Going through life from humble beginnings, hope is what helped H_art the Band up the ladder when they had nothing else to hold on to.

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The Hope that everything happens for a reason and at its own time; And with hope comes the hardest part, the patience to hold on.

"Simple Man was meticulously curated for just that. To be your everyday soundtrack as you patiently wait in hope to reap what you sow."

The album tells stories about love, resilience, following your dreams and live - the never ending journey.

The 6-track project carries features from Matt Owegi and Nyashinski who are also respected Kenyan artists.

Starting out with a reggae infused number, the band instill different styles and genres including Afropop and Afrosoul, not to mention the credible storytelling penmanship all laced in their elevating vocals.

Taking to their Instagram to announce the premiere of their new album, The band opened up about going through anxiety during their album releases, adding that the fans always make it better once its out there.

“Not knowing how things will go after a release gives us such anxiety. A few hours ago wasn't any different and the Love you've shown has made everything better,”

The album has been well received by fans who noted the flawless production on all the six tracks in the album.

The official album is currently available on YouTube and is available for preorder across streaming platforms.

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