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’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 . . .
New Jersey’s Kev Rodgers returns with a banger on “My Bad.” Alongside him are fellow Garden State representatives, Ish Williams and Mir Fontane. “This song was a bit spontaneous. It was just the vibe of the session. We all are motivated to put ourselves in the best positions possible and “My Bad” is an unapologetic . . .
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 . . .
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 drops off a new freestyle track titled “Before The Locs.” The South Jersey spitter really pours his soul over a Donny Hathaway “Giving Up” sample as he details memories of times past. . .the good,bad, and everything in between. “We all on the same quest. I ride for my tribe / In the ER, . . .
Stream Sonia’s Son from New Jersey’s Ish Williams It’s been a positive 2016 for Ish Williams and he wraps up the 4th quarter with his Sonia’s Son LP. This 13-track project is a very personal endeavor that finds Ish chronicling real life events and and experiences that have brought him to this point. Fans can be . . .
With the Sonia’s Son project on the way, Ish Williams frees up the visuals for the Kev Rodgers-produced “2 Weeks.” This is the most eventful time I’ve ever had/seen someone get ready for work. Ish is here to win and he’s going to have fun doing it. If you’ve been paying attention to the Southside come up, . . .
New Jersey’s southside continues to reveal new talent. The latest artist I’ve been presentd with is the R&B songstress, Shaqeyah. Shake links with fellow Jersey natives, Kev Rodgers and Kenif Muse, to lace production for her debut song, “Confident.” Shaqeyah has empowerment and confidence oozing out of her on this smooth R&B cut. Sometimes, I . . .
Something has been brewing on the southside of Jersey and it’s become clear that Camden artist, Mir Fontane, has an opportunity to play a big role in it. He has had quite a journey to this moment and his outlook is positive. From the high flying regional hit “Wanni Wag” to an invite to visit . . .
It’s been a long time coming, but it has been a well planned journey on the way to Mir Fontane‘s Who’s Watching The Kids project. In November, we got the first taste of what was to come with the single release of “Wanni Wag” with fellow New Jersey representer, Ish Williams. The Roca Beats-produced track . . .
Mir Fontane drops his latest single, “Space Jam” as he gears up for his upcoming Who’s Watching The Kids release. Over a Kev Rodgers-produced instrumental with the help of Kam DeLa on background vocals, he raps/sings a story of heartbreak which result in a young woman’s jaded outlook on love. #SPACEJAM w/ @Kam_Dela on the 🎹 A video . . .
Jersey’s frequent collaborators Mir Fontane and Ish Williams are back at it again with visuals for the Kev Rodgers-produced “Arizona.” It’s dark, ominous, and arguably deserving of an Arizona Beverages sponsorship. The two have sure sense of confidence after their Wanni Wag collaboration with Charlie Heat and Mike Zombie. We look forward to what Mir . . .