Listen to Mir Fontane’s “New Friends” ft. Kodie Shane Mir Fontane definitely had an impressive year in 2017. His lyrics have acted as a magnifying glass on the jungle known as Camden, and with the help of director Nicholas Stafford Briggs, Fontane took us on a tour through his city, revealing the inspiration for many of . . .
New Jersey’s Mir Fontane revisits his Camden project, to deliver the official music video for his Kenif Muse-produced “Real N***az.” This visual follows his latest single “Hesitate” and the release of his highly anticipated Mass Appeal documentary, Camden: A Child Invincible. “That’s why stuntin’ on my ex is a habit / I ain’t really wit’ all the dramatics /Broken hearts turned me to a savage,” the . . .
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 . . .
Mir Fontane tells a cohesive, engaging tale on Camden After a successful initial rise and campaign, Mir Fontane drops his Camden mixtape. The 12-track mixtape originally appeared on Mass Appeal with the outlet pointing out Fontane’s efforts to tell disturbing, yet cohesive stories about his hometown of Camden, NJ, stating, “True stories like this punctuate the tape, although . . .
Camden’s Fontane drops the “Frank Ocean” visuals Mir Fontane takes us back to his home of Camden, New Jersey, to deliver the “Frank Ocean” music video. The footage primarily shows Mir outside of a girl’s house singing his tune and wondering why she doesn’t play his music while she rocks to industry faves Drake, J. . . .
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 . . .
Denver native Supreme Ace‘s “Timepiece” is the type of record that will get stuck in your head for days if you’re not careful. The 30 Roc-produced banger is now given new life thanks to guest verses from Jace, Mir Fontane, and Wave Chappelle. Look out for Supreme’s forthcoming Trill Influence 2 and Layovers in NYC . . .
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 . . .
Recent 300 signee Mir Fontane‘s latest release, “Still In The Hood,” is a Maaly Raw-produced anthem. The New Jersey native sounds as hungry as ever. Mir told Billboard: “‘Still in the Hood’ was a spontaneous track that I made shortly after signing. I signed, but not much has changed just yet. My surroundings haven’t changed. . . .
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 . . .
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, . . .
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 . . .
Vars City has Jersey jumpin’ on “Levels” South Jersey trio, Vars City (consisting of Don Fresco, Don Wonder, and Von Bruce) grace AM tonight to premiere their new single, “Levels.” The deeper we get into any game, the more we become aware of what it took to get there. Vars City takes this opportunity to show how . . .
Watch Mir Fontane’s “Damon Wayans” music video ft. Young Savage In support of the Who’s Watching The Kids project, Mir Fontane drops an official music video for the standout track, “Damon Wayans.” Mir grabs Young Savage for the feature and some other Southside faces throughout for this Plum Creek Productions-directed visual. “I just turned nothing to . . .