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How Famoe Is Disrupting The World Of Music One Step At A Time

Fabiano Montesano, popularly known as Famoe for his stage name, was born in Goeppingen, Germany. This phenomenal artist has been making headlines in the Rap, Hip-Hop, commercial, and EDM space. 

The Come Up

Growing up, Famoe was a Hip-Hop kid with a knack for versatile Rap flows. At the tender age of 6, the dancing passion became evident in his life. His icon was the famous Michael Jackson. Guess what? Famoe turned into a Rapper after Nelly’s rap Album Country Grammar. 

Famoe is motivated by doing what he loves and not just being great. He yearns to do what is within his passions and always wants to leave behind a lasting legacy. 

Additionally, Famoe is a kid from the ’90s and ’00s. He is inspired by 2Pac, Biggie, Jay-Z, Cam’ron, Rakeem, Nelly, 50 Cent, Timbaland, and Eminem. 

Big Names

Famoe, while releasing his singles, he has collaborated with Kurupt (The Dogg Pound Gang) – TQ – Serius Jones – Spider Loc – Young Hot Rod – Darnell (Shai) – Scola (Dur Hill) – Donnie Klang (Winner Making the Band 4) – Big Brovaz – DJ Woogie – Alex Christensen – Steve Modana – Adam Lawson (Video Director: Escape the Night).

Over the last decade, Famoe released, licensed, and published records through Rap & Rhymes Records, Sony Music, Universal Music, Kontor Records, to name a few. Even in the Dance-Genre working with Top-Producers such as Stephan Endemann or Alex Christensen on Records like vSteve Modana – To The Top“ or „Good N8 vs. Famoe – Like Johnny Däpp“, Famoe hit the Official Compilation Charts Internationally for a total of over 70 Weeks. One of the greatest collaborations along his career was with Rapper Kurupt for “On my Side.”

What Makes Famoe Unique In The Industry?

Famoe does not compete with anyone in the industry. His goal is to do what he loves, reach out to his fans in the most fantastic way and transform lives. This artist is always passionate about his music. His lyrics are heart-touching, and the beats of his songs are excellent—the hard work and persistence in what he does have kept pushing him to the next level. Despite the industry being flooded, Famoe finds a way of producing unique and quality music. 

Famoe’s Releases

In 2006, Famoe finally released his first-ever studio album, “The Italian Stallion.” The album was released with a circulation of around 1,000 compact discs, which coincided with the changing of his stage name. 

Famoe traveled to Boston in 2009 to work with Surefire Music Group who produced his album Xplicit. That same year, he recorded his two music videos, “Actin Like This” and “On and On.

Famoe has also performed in Germany, Italy, Austria, Switzerland, UK, and the USA. He has also done Club tours as Opening Act for major artists such as 112, Shai, Dru Hill, Public Announcement, Blackstreet, DJ Nassr, DJ Said, and German Major artists like Aggro Berlin, Massiv, and Nena. 

Famoe is currently working on an upcoming EP called Paradigm featured with TQ & Big Brovaz that was recorded at the Hot Money Studios in the UK, Produced by Sensuz Beats.
You can connect to him through his Facebook, Instagram, Website and YouTube accounts.

 


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Famoe – Kill Journal (Official Graphic Novel Soundtrack) Release Announcement


Bad & Good News,

Unfortunately, the Chinese boat crew got COVID and are stuck in Singapore, delaying delivery to the states. For The Kill Journal Comic book launch. That’s why we just moved the release to November 12th 2021. – Safe the Date. 

But make sure to watch on YouTube Adam Lawson with the Book Presentation of The Kill Journal.


Famoe – Kill Journal
(Official Kill Journal Graphic Novel Soundtrack of The Kill Journal)

Release: November 12th 2021



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THE KILL JOURNAL Exclusive: Rapper Fabiano „Famoe“ Montesano On Bringing His Own Style To Comic Book Art + Radio Interview



Brand new indie comic series The Kill Journal is gathering a lot of steam in its Indiegogo campaign, and we got the chance to talk to one of its artists, Famoe, about his work on the book. Check it out!

Writer and filmmaker Adam Lawson has been putting out fantastic work for years, from shows like Escape the Night and comics like The Eighth. He has recently been putting a lot of time and energy into creating comics with his new company, Failed Superheroes Club. The goal of this company is to create stories that feature heroes with flaws. Considering nobody is perfect, it’s the perfect premise for some exciting stories. 

Failed Superheroes Club also brings talented creators from around the world to lend their talents to these stories and get their work out to the masses. One such creator, who has worked on some pages of a new series called The Kill Journal, is Fabiano Montesano, better known as the rapper Famoe. Besides his music work, he also has an amazing talent for tackling everything from line work to coloring. However, his contributions to The Kill Journalextend beyond the colors he provides.

As Famoe is a musician, he has also worked on an exclusive tie-in album for the book, and its first single titled „I’m a King“ has gained massive success on all music streaming services. The book’s exclusive album will also be included with the comic’s hardcover release in 2021, as part of the book’s Indiegogo campaign (a campaign that has already exceeded 100% of its goal).

We recently sat down for a chat with Famoe about his work on The Kill Journal and some of his inspirations for the horror-themed title; his answers had us diving into all forms of media and even the potential that the book has for television!

Hear our exclusive chat with Famoe via the podcast player below. Fans of The Kill Journal’s art will also find our interview with the book’s writer, Adam Lawson, along with the transcript.

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