The friend’s of hero Folajimi Olubunmi-Adewole, who died trying to save a woman from the Thames, have released his first track.
In April, Folajimi Olubunmi-Adewole passed away at the age of 20 after he tried to rescue a woman from the River Thames as he was on his way home from work. In the wake of his passing, Folajimi was commended for his heroic actions and he was nominated for a Royal Humane Society Bravery Award.
Prior to his passing, Folajimi – also known as Jstizz167 – recorded a number of tracks and now to keep his memory alive, his close friends have released his first posthumous single “Hard Days” alongside a video. The visuals for the song are moving and show Jstizz’s close ones paying tribute to him and celebrating his life.
The song is said to be the first in a series of posthumous offerings from Folajimi as his friends are preparing to release more of his unreleased material.
Be sure to take in the touching video for “Hard Days” above.