- Surve Premieres New Music Video for “Going Home”
- American rapper Strategoi Fabe, aka Surve has dropped a new music video for “Going Home”.
The song is his third single as Surve under his new label Guin Records, following "Nothing Like Them" the release back in July.
The track is drew his hometown Hammond in Louisiana, where he was the victim of street violence in disputes with his rap group in 2013.
“’Going Home’ depicts why I left my hometown, Hammond in Louisiana, after the attempt on my life,” Surve said in a statement. “So many in my hometown were affected by drugs, poverty, drug abuse, racism, and young deaths. I left for a better life and decided to turn the negative to positive by using my music to inspire change.”
The song will appear on his forthcoming album "Triumph", which is expected to be released in in early 2019 via Guin Records. Co-produced by Tinman3K and Guin Records co-founder Milan Kordestani.
- Originally, Surve started his music career as Strategoi Fabe, who made contract with cut throat records.
But a founder of the label, former rap artist James tap Jr was gun down and died on November 26, 2003.
In 2008, he started his own label Honest music inc. He has released the album "Immovable vol 1" and "300 Truth".
In 2013 Surve was the victim of gang violence over a dispute over his faith. Over the past five years it has become his mission to serve communities all over the world by creating outreach programs.
Strategoi Fabe signed to Guin Records as Surve in 2018.
- source : Rolling Stone