New Jersey artist Kenif Muse drops “Shadie” By now, you’re definitely familiar with Kenif Muse‘s work (whether you know it or not). He has produced some of Mir Fontane‘s biggest singles like “Down By The River,” “Frank Ocean,” and “Hesitate.” Today, the New Jersey-based R&B artist and producer partners with us to release “Shadie.” On . . .
New Jersey’s Kenif Muse gets busy and drops remixes to 21 Savage‘s “Bank Account” and Kodak Black‘s “Roll In Peace.” His R&B stylings give listeners a fresh take on the two successful singles. Listen to his flips below.
Ish Williams is all about the upgrade on his new song, “Chasin’.” He’s after the money and prays it never ends as he continues his journey with his friends. Be sure to let us know what you think of his follow up to “Pull Up.” Stream the Army Zenn & Kenif Muse-produced song below and . . .
Mir Fontane has a question for the haters The momentum seemingly knows no end for Camden’s Mir Fontane. Since the drop of his Whose Watching The Kids project (even before so) til now, he has had a steady stream of releases and media coverage to support him on the way to his first album release as a . . .
New Jersey recording artist, Kenif Muse, returns with frequent collaborator, Mir Fontane, with “Know Better.” It is well known that Kenif can be found hard at work, engineering Mir’s music. The two earned success as “Down By The River” peaked at #6 on the U.S. Spotify Chart, which led to Mir signing a deal with 300 . . .
Kenif Muse is gradually rolling rolling out more of his own work and deepening his catalog as a as an artist. We last heard from him with a stellar premiere of his song, “Gia’s Resistance.” Now, he links with frequent collaborator, Ish Williams, for “Level Up.” It’s a motivational track dressed in lingering leads and . . .
New Jersey’s Kenif Muse premieres the atmospheric, pensive “Gia’s Resistance” Kenif Muse finds himself in a situation where he wants better for someone than they do for their self, at the moment. It’s a classic narrative that never loses its flavor. He plays the part with precision. “Girl, you should be here/ He shouldn’t be making . . .
New Jersey’s Kenif Muse delivers an R&B flip of Rae Sremmurd‘s hit single, “Black Beatles” titled “Please Her.” He switches out some of the lyrics to give it his own take and seductively rides the cadence with ease. Co-produced by Hotman, the two create a dark. romantic soundscape that allows Kenif’s vocals to float throughout . . .
South Jersey’s Kev Rodgers has been gaining traction consistently for some time now. While pushing himself to be an instrumental piece of the New Jersey music puzzle as a producer, he continues to deepen his personal catalog as an artist, also. This time, he enlists fellow South Jersey artist, Kenif Muse, and Philadelphia producer, Kil . . .
After announcing he’s joining MadeinTYO on tour with 24hrs, and K Swisha, Mir Fontane celebrates by releasing the official “WYD” music video. JUST GOT ADDED TO @MADEINTYO TOUR!! GRAB 🎟🎟🎟: https://t.co/9mwmtXoWAU pic.twitter.com/laisNc3lW3 — MELODY MON$$TER (@MirFontane) October 5, 2017 “WYD” is a Kev Rodgers and Kenif Muse-produced song that originally appeared on Mir’s CAMDEN project, which released back in June. Shot at Bandit . . .
New Jersey Hip-Hop collective releases W.A.W.A. project South New Jersey has a respectably well documented slew of young artists and producers who are working to usher in a new era while making a name for themselves. The latest taste of the $outh$ide comes from Mir Fontane, Kev Rodgers, Ish Williams, and Shaqeyah. They unite under . . .
Mir Fontane gives us another drop before the release of his upcoming CAMDEN album. His new single, “Frank Ocean,” finds him flexing vocal abilities a bit more by infusing more melody with his raps. Fontane checks the people claiming to ride for him, but whose actions show otherwise. We get more references to his hometown which . . .
Shaqeyah is back! We got her debut single, “Confident,” in October of last year. She reunites with Kev Rodgers and Kenif Muse for “Make Some Room.” She is looking claim space that she believes she belongs in. With a strong, committed team in South Jersey and a persona that exudes self belief and conviction, it’s . . .
Mir Fontane illustrates Camden violence in “Down By The River” visuals Hip-Hop artists often use their craft as an outlet to inform us about their environment and the events going on in their lives. Mir Fontane tells a story of the street violence in Camden that he has seen growing up. Related: Mir Fontane shares an open . . .
New Jersey’s Kev Rodgers‘s drops his B.A.D Things album. He’s well known as a producer and you’ve certainly heard his work with many of his peers, but he gets down to business to show what he’s got as a lead artist. When describing his sound to The Source Kev states, “My music has an aggression to . . .