Little Hero upbeat about 'Hustler'
Little Hero's latest release, 'Hustler' (Move Up Records), has been creating a buzz. The Ocho Rios singer is quite confident it will be his next big hit.
"The Hustler ah tek on to the streets very good and boosting my whole career," Hero told The Star. "It's like, hustler involves everybody a Jamaica and internationally, because when we say 'hustler' we mean, when you go on the road yu haffi mek two hands meet fi supp'm, so you can bring back supp'm fi help your kids and your whole family back home."
The uptempo track is not all about hustling, Hero added.
"It's a kind a dancehall vibes like, because it kind a have a quick beat to it, you can dance to it and you can just listen to it. I start singing about mama, say, I'm ready to make mommy smile ...Yuh know, so it's a mother song and it's about a hustler, because you going on the road, to make your whole family smile when you come back."
After being previewed by disc jockeys in the past weeks, Hustler was officially released last week. Hero expects it to move up the reggae charts.
The video, shot by Mr Absolute, was done at four locations in St Ann, St Mary, St Elizabeth and Trelawny.
"It's a very nice video, everybody love it also," Hero said.
Little Hero has another single out, Hard Again. He is also featured on a Move Up Records gospel album, Up Deh, a track called No Story.