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Newburgh, NY’s own Pardison Fontaine has been making quite a bit of noise on the underground circuit, releasing attention grabbing singles such as “Bobby Brown” and “Hooporeerap.” His success has landed him on some of the biggest platforms in music, while also garnering interest from various major recording labels. Known for his aggressive musical aesthetic, Fontaine always incorporates socially relevant themes in his content. As February comes to a close, he takes things a step with the jarring visual for “Black History Month.”

In the clip, Pardison Fontaine touches on the ramifications of slavery and the plight of Black people in 2016, all from his signature street perspective. Paying homage to the Black Panther Party, some of the scenes may evoke a strong reaction from viewers.

Check out the full Sage English directed video below, as well as some thoughts from Fontaine on the content’s strong subject matter.

Twitter: @lifeofthePARDI

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