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Burundian-born soul singer JP Bimeni doesn't see the world through rose coloured glasses, but he exudes optimism in his sophomore album, Give Me Hope. A royal refugee who escaped death more than once and found his calling in the UK. Give Me Hope grooves between classic '60s Motown and Stax-inspired soul, psychedelia and Afro-funk. Inspired by leaders such as Martin Luther King Jr. And James Stern (the namesake of an empoweringly funky track) and propelled by the wisdom of prolific creators like Lee Scratch Perry, Bimeni's deep consciousness and vulnerability is on full display without losing pop sensibility.
Burundian-born soul singer JP Bimeni doesn't see the world through rose coloured glasses, but he exudes optimism in his sophomore album, Give Me Hope. A royal refugee who escaped death more than once and found his calling in the UK. Give Me Hope grooves between classic '60s Motown and Stax-inspired soul, psychedelia and Afro-funk. Inspired by leaders such as Martin Luther King Jr. And James Stern (the namesake of an empoweringly funky track) and propelled by the wisdom of prolific creators like Lee Scratch Perry, Bimeni's deep consciousness and vulnerability is on full display without losing pop sensibility.
8437019516208

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Format: CD
Label: IMPORTS
Rel. Date: 04/08/2022
UPC: 8437019516208

Give Me Hope (Spa)
Artist: J Bimeni .P.
Format: CD
New: Call (512) 474-2500 to check in-store availability $26.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Four Walls
2. Not in My Name
3. Find That Love
4. Guilty ; Blessed
5. Give Me Hope
6. Ghost City
7. James Stern
8. Precious Girl
9. When Everything Is Wrong
10. Mathematics
11. Found a Good Thang

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Burundian-born soul singer JP Bimeni doesn't see the world through rose coloured glasses, but he exudes optimism in his sophomore album, Give Me Hope. A royal refugee who escaped death more than once and found his calling in the UK. Give Me Hope grooves between classic '60s Motown and Stax-inspired soul, psychedelia and Afro-funk. Inspired by leaders such as Martin Luther King Jr. And James Stern (the namesake of an empoweringly funky track) and propelled by the wisdom of prolific creators like Lee Scratch Perry, Bimeni's deep consciousness and vulnerability is on full display without losing pop sensibility.
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