This broke rapper recorded his album at the Apple store
Need motivation? This guy has some for you.
Prince Harvey, a rapper based in Brooklyn, had a series of unfortunate events that led to his laptop and hard drive to break.
But this didn't make him lose his patience. His album had to be recorded.
Prince Harvey decided that this was no excuse to let go of his dream and started recording his music at the Apple Store in Soho.
As we learn from his Instagram:
"The Apple Store used to be like my second home. I did an entire album there. A lot of ppl started talking about it but honestly I never thought it'd be what it is. I just wanted to make music and frankly the idea to do it at the Apple Store was my friend Gordon's after I lost my computer, but I'm glad I listened to him. The album is called PHATASS (acronym for Prince Harvey At The Apple Store Soho) and I'm releasing it on July 6th "
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