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AHI’s Fine Prospect

AHI New Album Prospect

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AHI’s New Album

‘Prospect’

Out November 5, 2021

Songwriter AHI has announced his new album Prospect to be released November 5 via 22ND SENTRY/Thirty Tigers.

The ten-song collection is expected to build on the Toronto musician’s songwriting rooted in the lessons of community, uplift and oneness that he has drawn from years spent backpacking across the world, including extended stays in the Ethiopian Highlands and jungles of Trinidad before pursuing a career in music.

Prospect, produced in Nashville by Grammy Award winner Paul Mabury, finds AHI taking a turn inward to reflect on his own identity as well as what he’s seen in his local community. The first new single “Danger” is a soaring and reflective statement (see clip below).

The song, which originally came to AHI in a dream, tells the story of a mother who loses her son to a random act of gun violence. Shortly after writing “Danger” AHI was connected via a local minister with Evelyn Fox, a fellow Torontonian whose own tragic loss of her child echoed the song’s story. Fox urged AHI to share the song as a way to shine a light on the issue and bring comfort to others, and in doing so he was reassured that in this life there are no coincidences.

“This universe can often leave us feeling small and insignificant but I truly believe that our lives are part of something bigger and more meaningful than we understand. You and I are the prospect, and it’s important to live our lives like they’re worth something because our impact on each other is far more immense than we can ever imagine.”

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It’s not hard to imagine this will be a fine and well-received release.

Prospect Track List:

Prospect

Danger

Lift Me Again

Coldest Fire

Say It To Me

Until You

Echo 

Cool Of The Day

Full Circle 

On Your Way

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