“We're very excited to be releasing the Beres album. I believe it could be one of his best records yet,” Christopher Chin, CEO of VP Records, said in a media release.
Never Ending follows a successful tour of the United States by Hammond, who turned 63 in August. So far two singles from the set have been issued: I'm Alive and Land of Sunshine.
The album features 14 songs, mainly about love and social issues. Willie Lindo, Kirk Bennett, Handel Tucker, Errol “Flabba Holt” Carter, Leroy and David Heywood aka “Mafia & Fluxy”, Winston “Bo Pee” Bowen, Dean Fraser, and Robbie Lyn are some of the producers and musicians who worked on the project.
Never Ending is Hammond's first album since the double-disc One Love, One Life, which was released in November 2012. That set debuted at number one on the Billboard Reggae Album Chart and, according to Nielsen Music, for which tracks sales in the United States sold 10,986 copies.