Sam Hues delivers a tour de force with his new project, “GHOST I REMEMBER LOVING”. The album’s genre is labeled as southern contemporary hip hop, but by the time you have finished listening through the project’s fourteen tracks you will realize that it’s ambitions are so much greater.
Throughout, guidance is delivered by a mother figure. On the album intro Sam’s mom says, “Don’t be self-destructive. You know regrets can add salt to your wounds, so be careful.” It’s apparent Sam doesn’t listen, espousing on his next track, “RED LIPSTICK STAIN,” that he is, “Dancing with the devil she got God on her phone, and confessing all her sins.”
The project is extremely musically cohesive, held together by the angelic vocals of the talented Alyssa Conte. Also, the producer deserves major props on offering the aesthetic. Overall, “GHOST I REMEMBER LOVING” is an extremely enjoyable listen that offers so much more than just a southern hip hop album. Sam has always been an artist worth watching on the Central Florida scene and will continue to be after this release.