Brian Fresco is the 24-year-old hip-hop artist and street ambassador for SaveMoney. Hailing from Southside of Chicago, he was named one of the Chicago RedEye's Top 15 Acts to Watch in 2015 due in large part to his critically-acclaimed SoulMoney release with MC Tree which was also featured in the Chicago Reader who said “Fresco's earned his place on a list of talented youngsters, whether involved in Save Money or existing outside its periphery.” Since then he has debuted content on sites like Noisey, HotNewHipHop, DJBooth , HipHopDX, etc and has headlined a slew of shows from LA to Chicago. Part of the next crop to emerge from the ridiculously talented roster of SaveMoney, Fresco follows in the footprints of longtime friends Vic Mensa and Chance The Rapper. Now it's his turn with the new release of highly anticipated project "Casanova". Brian Fresco is definitely a name to stay!
The music that Wyclef Jean has written, performed, and produced — both as a solo superstar and as founder and guiding member of the Fugees — has been a consistently powerful, pop cultural force for over two decades. In 1996, the Fugees released their monumental album The Score. As a solo artist, Wyclef has released six albums that have sold nearly nine million copies worldwide, including his 1997 debut The Carnival and 2000’s aptly titled The Eclectic: 2 Sides II a Book. Jean’s latest studio album, Carnival III: The Fall and Rise of a Refugee, his first in eight years, released on Sept. 15.
With 60 hit songs under his belt and two Grammy trophies on his mantle, T-Pain has cemented himself as one of the most influential artists of all time. Currently preparing for his fifth album, Stoicville: The Phoenix, T-Pain promises that he’s back to being the artist that he originally intended to be. “I want to be able to say that I put out an album that I believed in and that I liked,” he says. “Every song on the album is something that came out of my heart.”
South Central rapper G Perico has established himself as one of the most promising young rappers on the West Coast with his flawless and fresh take on gangsta rap. He first broke out of the region with Shit Don't Stop, a mixtape which XXL Magazine called "one of the best projects to come out of the West", and he lived up to it in 2017 with three albums All Blue, 2 Tha Left, and his collaborative album G-Worthy which combined him with Jay Worthy and hit-making producer Cardo.
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.
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How does Xavier Omär want to be remembered? As a risk taker. A classic voice. An artist who blurs musical lines. A fearless dreamer. And with these big goals, the singer-songwriter isn’t wasting any time. His EP with Sango titled Hours Spent Loving You and The Everlasting Wave bringing critical acclaim from fans and the industry.
Xavier Omär takes pride in his songwriting ability and is most excited by the reward of evoking specific feelings in his listeners with his music. He draws inspiration from artists of all genres, in- cluding James Blake, Arcade Fire, and Kanye West.
Xavier Omär grew up moving across the country and as far as Japan, but he claims San Antonio, Texas as home.