The Nathaniel Hardy Project | Nothing Last Forever!

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Nothing Last Forever!

by The Nathaniel Hardy Project

"Thought music" at it's best. This music will either have you laughing, thinking or both.
Genre: Urban/R&B: Rhythm & Blues
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1. Nothing Last Forever!
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2. I Love You More!
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3. Can\'t You See the Future?
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4. Shut the hell up! (The Snitch Version)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Forty-four year old Nathaniel S. Hardy, Jr. of "The Nathaniel Hardy Project" was born in Baltimore, Maryland. (B-more) At a very young age his interest has always been creating music. Never being able to get the instruments that he wanted from parents, though he had these creative ideas in his mind, so to keep out of trouble he joined the Cherry Hill Junior High School Band and started playing the Bass Cello when he was in the 7th grade; however it proved too big for him to carry home after many months, so he switched to the Trombone and played it until the 9th grade. Performing as a front man in three local bands by the age of 16, and after numerous failures in different bands and in the music industry and an uncertainty of where his life was headed. He joined the U.S. Navy were he met some "brotha's" who were VERY talented, that could sing, write, as well as play musical instruments. "That was my inspiration! God gave me the talent. I need to use it!" After doing numerous stupid things, he learned that his "passion" is and has always been music. "What was I thinking?" "Being an "Independent Artist" there's nothing that I feel I can't do when I put my mind to it!" Many people rely on others to put them where they want to be in life but not Nathaniel. "If there's anything that anyone has learned about me it's that I'm dedicated than you'll ever imagine when there is something that interest me." And "music" is my interest. He decided to change his name to "The Nathaniel Hardy Project" because he managed to get this project done by myself because this CD is a part of his life even though I only have 4 tracks on the CD.


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