Mir Fontane is a 23-year-old recording artist from New Jersey.
Influenced by the sounds of 50 Cent and Drake, Mir Fontane is a melodic lyricist known for his vivid storytelling and hard-hitting punchlines that effortlessly depict life in the gritty streets of Camden.
Fontane's ode to former NBA player, Dajuan Wagner titled “Wanni Wag” became a regional hit in late 2015 and got him a cosign from G.O.O.D. Music producer, Charlie Heat and OVO Sound affiliated producer Mike Zombie.
After his Sway In The Morning interview went viral, Mir Fontane dropped his Who's Watching The Kids mixtape on August 1st, 2016, and “#WWTK" instantly became trending locally. His song, “Down By The River” peaked at #6 on Spotify’s U.S. Viral 50 Chart, and #15 on Spotify’s Global Chart.
Embodying the heart of true MC, Jerome “Franky Hill” Carmichael is is here to prove that lyricism still matters in a sea of “mumble-rap.” At 22 years of age, Franky is influenced by artists by the likes of Jay Z and Lauryn Hill. Though he shys from being labeled a “conscious rapper,” Franky’s passion when rhyming has draw comparisons to Joey Bada$$, Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole by critics.
Raised in Pennsauken, NJ, - a suburb less than 5 miles outside of Camden, Franky Hill began writing poetry at an early age, however he soon needed a better form of expression. Franky continues to embrace the flame within, using the fire to guide himself in his search for peace. Executed produced by Kam DeLa, fans can expect a new body of work titled USER, to release Fall 2018.