The Man Who Knew Too Much’ is a recent released album of Mark Hyper, whole project is dedicated to the victims and families of the tragic events in the united states on 11th September 2001. As he explained, “My approach to composing: i’m definitely not a genius: i’m inspired by every piece of music i listen to, and by many, many musicians: the list is extremely long and growing day by day. the list might start with Duke Ellington, through miles Eavis, Stevie wonder, Stanley Clarke and one of the most recent additions would be ‘animals as leaders’, all of them much greater musicians than i will ever be. but the important thing about music is honesty: you don’t have to be a superstar, but, as long as there’s honesty in your music and you put everything into it, you’ll strike a chord with somebody, somewhere. 
The purpose of life is to spread as much joy as possible, to make the world a better place: so many people suffer pain, agony and hardship that, for the rest of us, who are perhaps more fortunate, we must do our best to, in however small a way, make other people’s lives better. try to give more than you take: i try this every day in my day-to-day routines, though i don’t always succeed. and i also try to do it through my music. I’m just an ordinary human being with a computer, I have one advantage over miles: I can take as long as I like over each individual note. that’s the way I try and work, with the idea that the more effort and intensity I put into a piece in virtual time.”
Though he was featured in recently released Lifoti's October/November 2019 issue 10, you can check it from below link's for your country:

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