Camden rapper Mir Fontane has been steadily increasing his buzz ever since he and Ish Williams teamed up in December for "Wanni Wag," which has since become a regional hit, earning a remix from South Jersey's Charlie Heat. "Wanni Wag" was a cold, melodic club anthem, but with his ensuing releases, Fontane has showed off his lyricism as well as his storytelling ability. His latest track, "Space Jam," is a relatable account of a relationship with a troubled, jealous female who needs a man but is doing everything in her power to keep him away.
"Space Jam" finds Fontane back on his melodic flow, which is a powerful tool when describing late-night scenarios involving sex and drugs. Compare this to the fast-paced, socially conscious verses he dropped on February's "Glory," and it's clear that Fontane has a far-reaching skill set that allows him to take on a wide range of subject matter. The slow but electrifying "Space Jam" production comes from Kev Rogers.
"Space Jam" will appear on Fontane's upcoming project, Who's Watching the Kids, which will premiere on HNHH next Monday, August 1. Watch Fontane's recent interview with Sway below.