Southern Highflier Horus Gump Set to Release Major Single ‘A Don After Dusk’

It’s almost Gumpday. He’s the man who breathes the grind, and lives by the laws of the hustle –

Release date: Gumpday, March 25
Label: Audible Hustle Entertainment
Influences: Jay-Z, T.I., Big KRIT and B.B. King
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Horus Gump, an Atlanta based highflier and southern hip-hop alchemist, fires up to release his highly anticipated single ”A Don After Dusk,“ following his sought-after hip hop anthems ”Bubble Up“ and ”No Politickin’“.

Audible Hustle Entertainment presents ”A Don After Dusk,“ the essential hustler libretto, which sees a next-level Horus Gump ever-resilient in his feat to continually ascend. ”Inviting you to fly with the realest, my peers peep higher views. Elevate when I legislate, never late, I swear God is great, meditate at the heaven’s gates“, says Horus, imparting the life of a true visionary – a peddle only a few know how to push.

Horus is fearless in his pursuit to lyricize the deep conversations that only survivors know how to write. On the come-up from a poverty-stricken hometown in Blackbelt, Alabama, to inflicting his pain into stories of survival, spitting inimitable bars and defiant keys; a tenacity emanating from his many years in the military serving across Iran, Abu Dhabi, and Turkey – Horus Gump is undoubtedly, a one-of-a-kind hip-hop artist that veracious listeners are sure to feel.

”My goal is to put in enough work to reach heights I never thought were possible. Through resiliency we find refinement, so I figure the harder I push, the longer I outlast the obstacles put before me, the quicker I reach my best form.“

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Hood Critic Magazine was founded by Holland D. Witherspoon in Bossier City, Louisiana 2013. HOOD CRITIC MAGAZINE was created to cover up and coming unsigned independent artist.