Fanesha Fabre is Finally Famous
The female voice heard on Meyhem Lauren's "Special Effects" and French Montana's "Shot Caller" has more to say than "La Musica De Harry Fraud."
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$AP Twelvy, Chip the Ripper, and YP.
Heard @FrencHMonTanA on the radio and its always surreal to hear me on his beats… “la musica de Harry Fraud”
— Fanesha Fabre (@FaneshaFabre) May 26, 2012
FANESHA FABRE “SUMMERTIME ROLLS” (PRODUCED BY FAFU)
ASHER ROTH FEAT. A$AP TWELVY, CHIP THE RIPPER AND YP “BASTERMATING”