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Fonzarelli

After playing his very first song, "Junya Thugz" to his 7th grade math class, Mike Roberts became Fonzarelli. Following that, he had released two albums: Thug Till I Die and The Future Is Now. On January 21st, 2001, rapper J RAG heard "The Future Is Now" and helped him start writing in a much darker atmosphere. His following album, "Mental Case", was more like his modern stuff, but in the immature form. The ballad "I Want You To Know" is possibly the most popular off of the album. It was dedicated to his mother, who had passed away that year's June. After "Mental Case", "Censor Me" was his fo ...read more

After playing his very first song, "Junya Thugz" to his 7th grade math class, Mike Roberts became Fonzarelli. Following that, he had released two albums: Thug Till I Die and The Future Is Now. On January 21st, 2001, rapper J RAG heard "The Future Is Now" and helped him start writing in a much darker atmosphere. His following album, "Mental Case", was more like his modern stuff, but in the immature form. The ballad "I Want You To Know" is possibly the most popular off of the album. It was dedicated to his mother, who had passed away that year's June. After "Mental Case", "Censor Me" was his following album, which included a song which would be his second oldest one on YouTube, "My Only Friend". "Split Personality" was the album that followed, and his first true breakthrough album "4ever 2wenty 7even: Mental Case Revisited". Many songs off of that album continued on to YouTube, and a few becoming concert staples. Songs include: To All The Chicks Who Like Mean Guys, The Bucket List, That's Me Revisited, Best Friends Indefinitely, Self-Hatred Rehab, Love of My Life, and Approach Anxiety. His very first officially sold album, "Dodging Adulthood" is his most popular album thus far with multiple sales. He is currently working on an upcoming album with two songs already released. This album will most likely be released late 2016/2017, although that might change. « hide

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Dodging Adulthood
2014

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