The Federation Sound

Future Fambo

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120 minsFirst aired 10 Oct 2018Next The Federation Sound Wed at 2:00pm EDT
Courtesy of Marie Driven

Future Fambo takes host Max Glazer from his “Kung Fu” days in Saint Ann Parish to dropping joints with Gucci Mane.

Warren Gladstone Williams first kicked his way out of Jamaica’s Saint Ann Parish in the early ‘90s with his hit “Kung Fu,” dominating a local talent show week after week until he got a record deal with Roof International as Future Troubles. By 2006, the dancehall singer had made a new name for himself — Future Fambo — as well as hits with Bounty Killer (“Kill a Sound Boy”) and Beenie Man (“Rum and Redbull”). On this week’s episode of the Federation Sound, Fambo checks in with host Max Glazer to discuss his new album, his new single with Gucci Mane, and White Gad Records, his new management company.

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Produced by Matthew Ismael Ruiz
Engineered by Joe Hazan

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