Mir Fontane makes his Rosecrans Ave debut with his new “Bodega” music video directed by Sage English. Taking place for the most part at the forefront of a bodega, the rapper paints an important picture of how a bodega plays a huge part in growing up in the hood. As it cuts back & forth to scenes of Fontane riding with the homies, he raps on the lifestyle changes of growing up, ‘Only in the streets chasing pesos, we used to play legos now we play with dracos…‘
The second visual off his “Macaroni Tony” EP, the track that is dedicated to the Bronx teen Lesandro “Junior” Guzman-Feliz, who lost his life outside a bodega last June that made national news for a change. Requiring small businesses to protect children who are in danger on their property. Watch the visual below!