Rocky Fontaine ft. Slim (of 112) - Say Yeah

Posted 7 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
The Cornaboyz
Album:
Untitled (TBD)

Shortly after the February kickoff of our highly-successful DJBooth Freestyle Series, Rocky Fontaine dropped by the Booth with the Chris & Drop-produced Philly Up Next.  Struck by the swelling of support and attention that the freestyle feature brought him, Fontaine has returned to the scene of the crime with an exclusive world premiere.  Joined by 112 alumnus Slim, the Philadelphian informs all potential love interests that if they just Say Yeah, their lives will be changed forever. A potential lead single off his currently-untitled debut offering (which will be released once he finishes his current record deal negotiations), this Cornaboyz-produced record has a chance to make some waves at radio; all it will take is for a few music directors to say “Yeah.”

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