Spotlight on CRANIUM Festival: Mir Fontane (Day 3 – Nov. 16)
Camden, NJ-born recording artist Mir Fontane is set to perform on Day 3 of the first ever CRANIUM Festival in Ottawa.
Mir Fontane, a moniker derived from the Godfather’s Johnny Fontane character, wants to be known for his cinematic approach to hip-hop. It’s that mentality that Fontane, who is a goal-oriented person, continues to fight for recognition. With Camden already getting behind him, he hopes his success story—the one he’s currently writing—will inspire a generation of artists to bring home something as coveted as a Grammy or an even greater achievement. It all starts with Fontane leading the charge.
With legends including Joe Budden, Redman, and Queen Latifah hailing from the Garden State, Mir Fontane is in the forefront of the new, young movement putting the “Southside of Jersey” on their back.
After releasing his Who’s Watching the Kids 2 project in May, Mir Fontane is currently promoting his latest single, “Fetti.”
You can check that out below along with his 2018 video for the Kodie Shane-assisted “New Friends” off the Macaroni Tony album.
Click here for more information about CRANIUM Festival, taking place in Ottawa from Nov. 14 to Nov. 16.
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