Incidentally, in early 2005, in the interim between Hamilton's two So So Def albums, Rhino issued a compilation of Hamilton's unreleased Soulife recordings. Simply titled Soulife, it sold surprisingly well, proof that his hard work, no matter how arduous and seemingly futile, usually bears fruit. This may eventually ring true for Ain't Nobody Worryin' as well. The album certainly deserves to be heard by as wide an audience as possible.
"I work hard, man. I travel. I sing every night for six, seven weeks, however long it takes," says Hamilton. "I think it works for me."
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