GMansour’s hip-hop debut album, “The Cage,” is a testament of a brother who withstands diversity. It reflects a relevant proportion of his life in his youth, in refugee camp and in jail. GMansour is a Sudanese. He came to Sweden in 1994 as a refugee. During his painful years in a refugee camp outside a remote place called Växjö, he embraced Hip Hop to be his personal saviour. GManasour said to FSR crew that he’s ready to re-define Hip Hop and put his name and face in every corner of this world and beyond. His hunger for the music industry and Hip Hop became greater than his hunger for women, alcohol and smoking. It didn’t take long before he convinced FSR that he would dedicate his life, through ambition and submission, to Hip Hop. The crafty writing of his autobiographical song, “My Life,” was the first song on the album to be written, hence the album’s title, “The Cage.”
GMansour says that Hip Hop is his life and that Hip Hop replaces his father whom he has never seen (may his soul rest in perfect peace). According to him, his life is his fans and today he can see his father talking to him through his two precious children. GMansour wants to thank the refugee camp for making him what he is today and a mother fuckin’ thanks to the immigration authority and the camp personnel for them standing for the erroneous, illegitimate, segregation and hatred in the camp, which ultimately engineered and fueled racism.
GMansour wanted to become a lawyer but the long and painful suffering life he underwent in the refugee camp eradicated his dreams. So, instead of being in the courtrooms, he now spends his time in the recording studios. Finally GMansour mentioned to FSR crew that the refugee camp’s workers thought they were sending him to hell while they were doing him a favor by sending him to heaven. Wait for his New album "The Cage"!