P.Muna has been busy in the studio and the gym making his next creation: “Is It Me or You?”
The MTV personality zeroes in on processing, word to Prince, this thing called life. To be specific, he’s analyzing and trying to understand that in life, some people get left behind. In his career, he’s opened up for some of the biggest artists today, including 2 Chainz and Snoop Dogg.
P.Muna also expresses that everyone isn’t meant to be in your life long term and that’s okay.
“It’s about change for the better,” P.Muna he told RESPECT.Magazine.
Having made himself in the bright lights, P.Muna was a standout high school football player at Albany Academy in Albany, NY and was named First-team All-Area linebacker by the Albany Times Union. He’d later play college football at the University of Albany and move to NYC, where he’d seamlessly translate his playing career into an acting and music career.
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