Mir Fontane was “Steph Curry” with the wrist back in June but he’s been “LOW” as of late (August 25). The Camden, New Jersey native has been going through the bottles, making paper on the hush. He wants his people to know that he’s “back on his shit,” though.

Dutch master producer Roca Beats started the “LOW” beat like a True Detective soundtrack – wonky and spooky – but then quickly flipped it to the current East Coast trap style – reminiscent of the melodic OVO sound but with Midwest lingo. That being said, Mir Fontane has his own space and gives off a noticeably smoother vibe than his New Jersey / New York counterparts.

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Fontane dropped his last project, He So Crazy, on October 3 of last year.

“I ain’t been around I’ve been low
Getting paper on the low, if you ain’t know now you know
Bottle after bottle, pour some more
I got my bucks up, a couple niggas got me fucked up, but I’m back on my shit”