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Dreams & Bad Habits: Wavy May Album Review

Dreams & Bad Habits- Wavy May

Wãvy May, one of UK’s promising rap and Hip-hop artists, of Ghanaian heritage recently released his sophomore body of work, Dreams & Bad habits.

After the release of Looking For Me in 2016, Wavy had been a little off the scene. His fans had been waiting for some new music they could jam to after his debut project and Dreams & Bad habits happened to have come at the right time.

I centred Dreams & Bad Habits as a theme of my life cos of my determination to accomplish my Dreams but there are definitely obstacles as an upcoming artist I Face personally & musically that makes me question if I’ll see the light at the end of the tunnel.

I really want to retire my mum living my dream. She told me the music scene is like the lottery. Hit or miss & she’s worried if the people will give me a chance. My boys are literally my support system.

I want us to be able to break bread & laugh at struggling times together.
I love music a lot & cos of that I invest every penny I earn into my music, I became introverted & cut off some friends knowingly & some unknowingly but once I achieve my dream I hope it all comes back around.

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