Lesbian singer & rapper Mz Fontaine is a young, caramel toned, smooth talking gentlewoman. Mix this with her suave demeanour it is little wonder how she attracts the eye of the ladies be it straight or gay.
With her fan base residing in the UK, Europe and overseas, her soft-spoken voice easily glides over the waters embracing her audience, further adding to her sex appeal. Mz Fontaine has been nominated for the Stonewall 2007 Entertainer Of The Year award of which she is honoured to be recognised for her works across the entertainment spectrum. Her music works was recently featured in 2007 London Fashion Week commissioned by leading fashion designer company Aquascutum. Early 2007 saw her featured on Channel 4’s Educational series named “GayToZ” which was broadcasted across the UK. This has led to her presenting another educational series named “Fast Train To Fool City” which focuses on the rise in Gun Crime among teenagers. This has been distributed to schools across London and the UK also.
March 2007 Mz Fontaine embarked on the US HomoRevolution Tour. Touching cities like Los Angles, San Diego, New México and Texas throughout the South West Of the United States. She was made Parton on Pride London summer 2006, she stands as the youngest and only Black patron representing the ethnic community One of her many humble achievements.
Mz Fontaine has managed to condense her many environments onto one carefully crafted album. “Spoken Thoughts” is an album of love, music and LGBT issues fused on top of strong Caribbean bass lines, American Hip Hop joints and British Neo Soul connections.
Late 2005 saw British sensation, Mz Fontaine release her debut album “New Era”. This album is a display of crisp vocals on top of a compilation of swingy, hypnotic and funky beats. It is a brilliant introduction to this dynamic artist. With the video “All U Deserve” too much for TV the second video for the single “If Sumday” reaching Sky viewers across the United Kingdom via “OBE, Passion TV and Channel U“. Mz Fontaine firmly stamped her arrival on the music scene. Another grand achievement for the modest star.