So we can officially say that Jon Hope is back! His long awaited album – A Guy Named Harry, features his popular Rhode Island anthem – Camp St. & Comstock and 12 other tracks that seem to really set this guy named Harry apart from the usual sound that we hear everyday.
A big project emerges from the smallest state of Rhode Island as Jon Hope’s A Guy Named Harry is a brutally honest, open hearted musical memoir. A Guy Named Harry, Hope’s first project since Work In Progress in 2102, features 13 tracks highlighting Hope’s personal life and checkered past. In this latest project, Hope dissects a dissolved relationship, mental health and survivor’s guilt emerging from the dark side of Providence, RI (aka Prov City).
The sound bed for A Guy Named Harry was dominated by Grammy Award winning producer and longtime collaborator Bongo The Drum Gahd (Trey Songz, Big Sean, The Game).