Jon Hope’s highly anticipated project A Guy Named Harry is finally here. The album comes with 13 tracks and contributions from Bongo The Drum Gahd, SMKA, Buffi, Ceez Prentis Brown and much more.
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If you like day parties + Jon Hope then you’ll be at the Van Gogh Sound Garden this Memorial Sunday evening.
Outdoor cabanas, grilled food, hookah & more in the Van Gogh outdoor patio. The event will be highlighted by an exclusive listening session for ascending Providence MC Jon Hope’s upcoming album A Guy Named Harry. Powered by @MontVallz & @MedinaStyle.
The New Providence is in full effect. Get hip — http://www.thisisjonhope.com/ ️⚓️
Providence’s own Jon Hope stops by Sway In The Morning for this weeks Friday Fire Cypher. He also explains the demographic he appeals to, getting his master’s degree & freestyles live. Hope also announced he is working on an upcoming book entitled How I Landed In France which will serve as a memoir documenting his change and development on his personal outlook. Check it out below. Read more
Jon Hope Is Back At It Again, This Time w. A Brand New Track Titled Things Brady Sees, As He Hops On Big KRIT’s Red Eye Record And Does It Some Justice. Can’t Wait To See What He Has In Store For His Upcoming Project Which Is Set To Drop Sometime In The Near Future.
Download: Jon Hope – Things Brady Sees
Oh, lemme guess you thought Harry wasn’t touching this? Yeah ok! Jon Hope hops on Jeff Gore’s instrumental to Zumo’s ‘Buddy Cianci’ record. He calls is ‘Khari’ in light of recent events taking place in our city with DJ Knockout.
Previously: Jon Hope Interview w/ THISIS50.com (Video)
Jon Hope recently visited the G-Unit offices in New York and was interviewed by comedian/host Jack Thriller for this hilarious exchange. The topic of discussion ranged from Jon Hope’s African roots, XXL Freshman cover, his Mondubu mixtape, and more. Read more
Jon Hope recently stopped by the WBRU/95.5 stations to chop it up Jay Postal. Jon Hope is the first in the series of artists from the RI and surrounding areas that will be getting interviewed by Postal in the upcoming weeks. In the 25-minute interview Jon Hope speaks on his return to the music scene, what held him back and why we didn’t get any music for so long, his buzzing single ‘Camp St. & Comstock’, how the single came about with his producer Drum God (formerly known as Taktix), and also how the record was received not only locally, but from fans all across the nation. They also speak on other artists and rappers in the city and the great talent coming out of this city of Providence and the state of Rhode Island. Jay also speaks on how A&R’s know what’s going on in Prov and how there are many ties and connections to A LOT of people in the music industry. Jon Hope plans to drop his album A Guy Named Harry sometime in 2015. In the meantime make sure to pick up his latest project #Mondubu. Check out the full interview below and a quick freestyle as well. Read more