MIDNIGHT MXNTE proves he is entering his prime with latest single “No Manz”

MIDNIGHT MXNTE has been working and plotting his next moves behind the scenes, but he’s stepping into the spotlight with his most recent track “No Manz”.  Fellow bar spitter Dom Corleo lends a feature to MIDNIGHT MXNTE, solidifying the song and giving it that raw energy.

MIDNIGHT MXNTE has been inspired by the deaths of both close friends and celebrities alike, which he references in the track’s deeply personal lyrics: “444 up on my arm, that’s RIP for Ladon / I might even go and get my granny tatted on my arm”

“After X passed away in 2018 I started making an actual effort at music because he was a big inspiration,” said MIDNIGHT MXNTE.  “I also started studying Juice WRLD’s catalog after he passed.”

The Gary, Indiana native has been “playing around” with music for over five years now, but didn’t start to take it seriously around the age of 16 when he moved to Green Bay, Wisconsin.  It all started for him as a kid, and he’s well on his way to living his lifelong dream of becoming a rap star.

“My younger brother started using his laptop to play type beats and record with his phone while rapping over it, and I joined in,” said MIDNIGHT MXNTE.  “I’ve been making music seriously for three years now but playing around with it and unprofessionally releasing for five to seven years.”

As for his next moves, MIDNIGHT MXNTE is confident in his abilities to rise to the top, and he’s feeling good despite facing some serious adversity over the past couple of years.

“I lost several family members after moving, including my grandmother last year and two of my friends I met through creating music,” said MIDNIGHT MXNTE.  “But currently, I’m in the best shape physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually that I’ve ever been and I’m excited for every second of every day moving forward.”

MIDNIGHT MXNTE has stood tall during some trying times, and his perseverance is soon to pay off with a successful rap career.  He says that he plans on releasing a steady stream of singles and EPs, but not any albums anytime soon, as he wants to build a core fanbase before dropping his full length debut.  Regardless of how many songs he drops, just know that MIDNIGHT MXNTE will be coming with that heat.


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