When you talk about rappers coming out of the Philadelphia area there are a few names that come to mind Beanie Sigel, Cassidy, Freeway, Peedi Crack and the Young Guns but, a new underground artist has emerged and this new problem hails from Cook Cokeville, Pennsylvania (Coatesville, PA) and his name is Francis Fire. Francis Fire is a rugged street poet who narrates and illustrates the true-life situations that are occurring in his own hood. At the age of 16 he began to follow the wrong crowd and he eventually dropped out of school. After dropping out of high school Fire found two new hustles, which were selling drugs and rapping. At first rapping was just a hobby until the streets noticed that he had a gift. In 1995 Francis Fire (at the time Mitty Montana) opened for Doug E. Fresh and The Notorious B.I.G. in a club 20 minutes outside of Philadelphia. Francis Fire has been dropping mix tapes and albums but due to major set backs with the law and having a close encounter with death, Fire decided to stand back from the rap game and stack his money so, he can return back to the game as the most improved hustler. Now that Fire has his mind and money right, with the support of Fireboy Productions, he is ready to conquer the streets with his unique voice and raw beats that he produced himself.

Edited by Battle3 on 1 Jan 2007, 05:53


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