GRAMMY Award-winning songwriter and artist Pardison Fontaine showcases his lyricism and stamina on latest release “Hoop Earrings.” The accompanying music video takes place in a beauty supply store as the artist raps in front of wigs and bundles, sweeping the floor as he delivers hard-hitting bars as an ode to black women.
“Hoop Earrings” has a speedy hip-hop beat that slows down to a trap melody at the two minute mark. The rapper mouths a gunshot sound as the chorus repeats in slow motion, “All my bitches got hella ass and barely any stomach.” Each verse glides into the next with an effortless charisma. Pardi rhymes fast but is perfectly articulate and poised before dropping back down to a slower tempo to spit the catchy hook.
After collaborating with Cardi B and co-writing her debut album, Invasion of Privacy, Fontaine is preparing for his return as a solo artist. The New York native is gearing up for the release of his new project as an independent artist, keeping creative control and ownership of his music as a priority. Fans can anticipate more vigorous rhymes and visuals from the multi-talented artist in the near future.