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Not too long ago, if you were known as a “rapper” you were automatically stereotyped and categorized as one type of genre. It was assumed that you as a “rapper” talked, walked, dressed and acted a certain way. You were either accepted by your peers or exit out. Now, a new wave has taken over. What was not accepted in the past is now acknowledged. There are no longer limits. Borders have been crossed and music lovers have embraced the “rappers” of today.
MRNES is a part of this new waive. He’s creating his own music lane with his unique style, choice of lyrics and flow. Good music is undeniable. MRNES has redefined the term “rapper” and has taken this method of music and has transformed it into his own. He brings a new flavor to the music world. He’s sound can be described as Wiz Khalifa meets Fabulous with a twist of B.O.B. MRNES’s mission is to capture the soul that lives in music and create tunes that many can relate to and enjoy listening too for years to come.
MRNES is currently in the studio finishing his upcoming album titled “THE BONEFACE”. It’s expected to drop in the near future. For further information, contact MRNES at (201)362-9635
MRNES is a relatively new face in the New York Latino music scene who is quickly making a name for himself by
connecting to and collaborating with well respected and and popular artist including: Fat Joe, Tony Sunshine,
Daddy Yankee and Alexis Y Fido. From being an artist to the CEO of SmoothFellaz Records; an independent label
committed to artist development, MRNES has poised himself as his own entertainment machine. An avid music
listener, former DJ and crowd hype man has metamorphosed into an emcee who creates feel good, allencompassing
music that reaches a wide and varied audience.
MRNES was born in the Dominican Republic and came to the United States as a child; spending most of his youth
in Washington Heights, New York. While there, he drew inspiration from his environment and his day to day
experiences. However, it wasn’t until MRNES. had the chance to see the classic hip-hop movie, “Juice” that his
actual development began. Awe struck by the scene of the infamous DJ battle in the movie, MRNES. believed
reaching out to people through music was something that he not only excel at but involve himself with as well.
As his love for music and his desire to communicate to others increased, MRNES. went through a series of
transitions to get him where he is today. In the eyes of MRNES., success is just a matter of moving forward, which
is exemplified in the long and impressive lists of artists he has shared stages with: Mobb Deep, Capone-NNorega,
T.O.K, Lil Wayne, Don Omar, Akon, DJ Kahled, 112, Cassedy, State Property,BIG SEAN,DRAKE,MACK MILLER, Jowell y Randy, Rick Ross,
Fulanito, Foxy Brown, Mims, Arcangel, De La Ghetto, Prodigy, Omarion, Christina Milian, B2K, Pitbull, Hector
and Tito, Don Chezina, Fabolous, Nina Sky, Angie Martinez, Nicky Jam, Remy Ma and Busta Rhymes.