Lerato Sengadi, the widow of beloved musician HHP, has promised his fans that she will release an album of his last-ever songs, and his music will make a bigger comeback than golf legend, Tiger Woods.
Lerato Sengadi recently revealed that she's working on an album of her late husband, HHP's unfinished work.
TimesLIVE reported that Lerato is promising a comeback of HHP's music that will be on the scale of Tiger Woods winning the Masters after 11 years.
This will also be the last album that will come from HHP's years of making music. He was working on it before his death in October 2018.
Briefly.co.za gathered that the album will be titled Drum, and Lerato said it will be released soon.
Lerato apparently sees finishing the album as her calling in life.
"He is my husband. We worked together. I promised him I would keep his legacy alive and I see it as my calling. He loved this album and he would have wanted the world to hear it."
Lerato added that HHP feels the album was his best work.
"He called it his best work, his legacy album. He was so happy with how the project was coming together. I was there in studio with him and I thought it was magical."
There will apparently be a number of collabs on the album, but Lerato did not want to reveal too much about it.
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