Mir Fontane & Ish Williams "Wanni Wag" Video

Posted by , Jan 18, 2016 at 07:02pm

PREMIERE: Mir Fontane and Ish Williams drop the video to their South Jersey anthem "Wanni Wag."


Last month, two rising artists from South Jersey, Mir Fontane (Camden) and Ish Williams (Collingswood) dropped off an anthem that both towns can get behind: "Wanni Wag." The Roca Beats-produced track is dedicated to Camden's Dajuan Wagner, one of the best ballplayers to ever come out of Jersey. 

The duo has now dropped the new video, and it has a gritty feel to match the song's gloomy tempo. They go from the court to the club, and you can tell by the crowd's energy that the track is low-key taking off. "Wanni Wag" has the imprint of classic East Coast street rap, but the flows of each rapper ride a melodic wave that's oriented toward the new school -- it's an intoxicating blend of sounds. And Wanni Wag would be proud. 

The video is shot by Sage English. Tell us what you think, and look out for more from these Jersey up-and-comers. 

PREMIERE: Mir Fontane and Ish Williams drop the video to their South Jersey anthem "Wanni Wag."

Last month, two rising artists from South Jersey, Mir Fontane (Camden) and Ish Williams (Collingswood) dropped off an anthem that both towns can get behind: "Wanni Wag." The Roca Beats-produced track is dedicated to Camden's Dajuan Wagner, one of the best ballplayers to ever come out of Jersey. 

The duo has now dropped the new video, and it has a gritty feel to match the song's gloomy tempo. They go from the court to the club, and you can tell by the crowd's energy that the track is low-key taking off. "Wanni Wag" has the imprint of classic East Coast street rap, but the flows of each rapper ride a melodic wave that's oriented toward the new school -- it's an intoxicating blend of sounds. And Wanni Wag would be proud. 

The video is shot by Sage English. Tell us what you think, and look out for more from these Jersey up-and-comers. 

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