September 17, 2010
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Stage Name: Future Troubles aka Future Fambo


Future Fambo - File

Stage Name: Future Troubles aka Future Fambo

Real Name: Warren Williams

Birth Month: April

How did you get started in the business?

Fambo: With Group International Records, that's in Ochi, and I got my break in 1994 with Kung Fu. I went performing and travelling after. I was trying from 'bout 1991 but that was my break.

What has been your greatest challenge in the business yet?

Fambo: I think the greatest challenge is trying to make more hits, don't think there is no other challenge for an artiste but that. Also, I keep trying to upgrade my image, my flow, doing songs, but finding hits ain't no ordinary ting.

What have you been up to lately?

Fambo: Been working on an album with Seanizzle and Notice Production. It's called Diary of a Drunken Man. Plus I have singles out now such as Pop Bottles with Leftside, Life with Notice, Swagalcoholic for Big Ship Records, 007 for Supa Hype and the follow up to I'm Drinking,which is I'm Never Sober on Seanizzle's 'Split Personality' riddim. So I'm out promoting and stuff.

Do you look up to any specific artiste and why?

Fambo: Yes, I look up to Capleton, Bounty Killer, Sizzla and Beenie Man. Those artistes put in a lot of work and been in the business long and are still relevant today.

Are you happy with the way things are going for your musical career right now?

Fambo: I don't think things could go any better, everything is perfect; it's my world.

Do you have any advice for young artistes coming up?

Fambo: Never give up, always keep on trying and do positive music. Express yourself in a way people can relate to. Also trust in God and you'll make it.

Where do you see yourself in the future?

Fambo: I see myself on VH1, MTV and BET, I also see myself as a good actor, a comedian, a singer, dancer and radio personality, so my expectations are not limited.

-Krista Henry

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