The Station Presents
You Can't Come ft. Mir Fontane + SidMFKid
Future Heroes, Wiseaintshit, 56xansaintcool
Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pmLarimer Lounge
$10.00 - $15.00
This event is 16 and over
All sales are final. Review your order carefully, there are no refunds for any reason. Tickets are non-transferable. No tickets are mailed to you, your name will be on the will call list night of show. Night of show (1) bring a valid government issued ID and (2) print your confirmation e-mail and bring with you night of show.https://www.larimerlounge.com/event/1539169/
Influenced by the sounds of 50 Cent and Drake, Mir Fontane is truly a chameleon in rap, with the ability to deliver unapologetic lyricism, or serenade the ladies with a melodic single.
Fontane first began to bubble on a local level upon the release of his “PAM” single and ‘He So Crazy’ mixtape, a 12-track project influenced by the Martin show.
Since then, Fontane has continued to prove to be a candid lyricist known for his vivid storytelling and hard-hitting punchlines that depict life in the gritty streets of Camden.
Balloons have become a huge part of Mir Fontane’s brand.
“It serves as symbol of hope, an escape for those that feel trapped in their environment. We have the ability to rise and change our surroundings. The balloon is also a celebration of life, since balloons are often present at birthday parties growing up.” - Mir Fontane
Mir Fontane has been featured on major Hip-Hop media outlets such as HotNewHipHop, The Source, Vibe Magazine, and was recently endorsed by Sway after an impressive freestyle/interview.
Fontane’s ode to Dajuan Wagner, “Wanni Wag,” has become a South Jersey anthem with over 36,000 plays to date, and even got Mir Fontane a cosign from G.O.O.D. Music producer, Charlie Heat. Mir Fontane is now preparing for the release of his Who’s Watching The Kids mixtape.
The duo recently released WordArt, an EP featuring 6 specially formulated ear vitamins specifically designed to take ones' mind off real world things like jobs and parking tickets and focus it on dope shit like eating Oreo's and getting laid. The EP was premiered thru HipHopDX and can be found on the Future Heroes' Soundcloud as well as Spotify, Apple Music, etc.
Where a lot of rap loses quality in a live setting, @imnotmars + @thekennethdeezy destroy that mold. They are true to their recorded style, if not better. Their natural stage presence is complemented by their ingenious relationship and a DJ that refuses to quit. Future Heroes have shared the stage with acts such as Flatbush Zombies, Too $hort, Waka Flocka, Kevin Gates, Freddie Gibbs, Riff Raff, IAMSU, and many more.
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Denver, CO, 80205