North Carolina rhymesayer Eddy B, formerly of Eddy B & Tim Gunter, has come together with The DJBooth to bring listeners his first solo street album, HopeLess Act.
The project, a heartfelt display of pain, struggle and rising above any situation, features 13 original jams from the Southern emcee, among them reader-approved singles "Hope," "Paper" and "Trouble." Eddy B. rocks the mic solo throughout HopeLess Act, which features production from B. McCraw, Nu Vintage and Young Dubb.
Coined by Eddy B, HopeLess Act means "when you feel hopeless, you should hope Less and Act upon your dreams."
Written by richard on Apr 29, 2013
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