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Fanesha Fabre / Press

“FANESHA FABRE IS FINALLY FAMOUS.. Who’s that girl voicing Harry Fraud’s signature drop on his hits for French Montana to Meyhem Lauren? Fanesha Fabre, the Dominican voice uttering the catchphrase “La Musica de Harry Fraud” is now synonymous with the producer’s track record. She’s originally from Miami, Florida, putting her in the company of Jessica Gomes, another famous female who branded the Maybach Music Group drop. Besides the five words she’s laced for Harry Fraud, Fanesha’s actually a singer. “Summertime Rolls” is a cover of the Jane’s Addiction original is the first track from Fanesha’s forthcoming album, No Mistake. Her direction for her music takes a different route, geared towards the psychedelic-dubbed out style of trip-hop. Listen to the track below, plus a throwback Asher Roth joint which used a bit of Fanesha’s sultry voice between breaks with A$AP Twelvy, Chip the Ripper, and YP.”

“Brooklyn Electro Soul, Fanesha Fabre You know.. I don't think I listen to soul enough, so I guess I forget sometimes how involved a lot of this music can get. For chanteuse Fanesha Fabra at least, these are some dense and swirling pads and beats, fronted by her breathy and powerful soprano, her worlds are every bit as dense and powerful as anything coming from NY these days. Along with producer Chikara Aoshima, electro-soul jams like 'Take Your Time' and 'Transform,' the Brooklyn artist cools things down while boiling over with soul. - Mike Levine (@Goldnuggets) ”

“She wants people to feel like they are somewhere else in their head when they listen to her music, almost like you're tripping on something, says underground artist, Fanesha Fabre. When we took a listen to her recently released single, "It's You," we instantly heard a sweeter version of Portishead blended with early days Morcheeba, and slipped into a slight dark trance. A good trance and we loved it. She just completed her album, AIM, a 10-song wild ride of beats of lyrics that clearly come from this woman's life story. To put out the album, Fanesha also worked with Werdplay of the group Blestenation and Blended Babies from Chicago, who have worked with The Cool Kids, Kid Cudi, Damon Dash. Chuck English of The Cool Kids also produced Track 4 on the album (Manytimes), which is like listening to Sade with electro beats, def worth checking out. Glad we discovered Fanesha and her music that makes us want to go make trance like love, and then forget about it. Yes! ”

“By now most of us are familiar with DJ Le Spam and the Spam Allstars, one of Miami's hardest-working and most celebrated music ensembles. Headed by Andrew Yeomanson, the cast includes percussionist Tomas Diaz, alto saxophonist A.J. Hill, guitarist Adam Zimmon, and trombonist John Speck.We have the Bacon Bits. Assembled by Speck in January of 2003, the Bacon Bits are a rollicking combination of Latin funk rhythms and soulful rants led by Speck's bluesy trombone improvisations and loose raps. * Steve Satterwhite Bacon Bits, left to right: Jesse Jackson; Kevin Sanchez; Little Ray Romero, Jr.; Lucille Cherry; DJ Safe Stadick; Fanesha Fabre; John Speck Bacon Bits, Could a local music scene be growing around pork products and their many derivatives? Though Bacon Bits certainly share some similarities with Spam, the differences are just as evident.”

“Curren$y has recorded with artists from Lil Wayne, The Black Keys, The Disco Biscuits, Wiz Khalifa and The Cool Kids, to Mos Def. His latest album, “Pilot Talk” is produced by the legendary Ski Beatz and is based completely on live instrumentals.Curren$y adidas Originals Celebrates Curren$y Curren$y at DD172 : Curreny 2 adidas Originals Celebrates Curren$y BluRoc Festival On Monday June 21st DD172 presents The BluRoc Festival at the Brooklyn Bowl. The festival will feature the diverse group of BluRoc artists Sean O’Connell, Fanesha Fabre, The London Souls, Ski Beatz, Smoke DZA, Rugz D. Bewler, McKenzie Eddy, Nesby Phips, Big K.R.I.T., Stalley, Snakes Say Hisss!, and Curren$y. Tickets for the show are $5, doors at 6pm and the show kicks off at 8pm.Come out and experience the Blu and the hottest show around. ”

“Had to split the new music update with the above gem from singer Fanesha Fabre & Twista that deserves feature status just as much as the new version of "Successful" below. Now, you may recognize the Blended Babies-produced "Problems" already from the Tech N9ne and Twista version that prolly still has you tryin' to catch up. Well, this version is an offical song off the album of singer Fanesha Fabre and I like this one more for the sheer contrast going from Fabre's unique voice and style to Twista's break-neck rap. Twista's verse is lyrically masterful, so much so that I just had to draw a few bars from it below. "The future is bright, or will it be weary? Do I need to pay attention to conspiracy theories? [Question] Is the government systematically destroying the population for the progress of one dominant nation? Smile, even if the landlord callin', dodge 'em.. but that's the least of your problems."”